Due to a utility issue, Roane State's Anderson County Higher Education Center in Clinton is closed through Friday, Oct 7. Classes are canceled.

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The Center for Teaching Arts and Technology supports Roane State Community College faculty and students in the effective use of instructional and educational technology in the classroom, as well as providing training for Brightspace by D2L/Momentum, the college’s online learning management system. The Center staff members are also available to assist students with multimedia projects that require the use of technology.

CTAT has offices on the Harriman (L200) and Oak Ridge (B116) Campuses. Staff can be reached by emailing CTAT at ctatmailbox@roanestate.edu or call (865) 882-4556. CTAT’s website also has Student Training resources available for RSCC students.

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