Student Services

ITV Courses

ITV courses are taught through campus-based Interactive Television facilities which make it possible for one instructor to teach a course on as many as four different campuses and 10 remote locations at once.

ITV courses are listed along with traditional classroom courses, and in a separate DE section in the printed course schedule and in the online course schedule.

Any ITV course may be taken at any of MCC's four campuses. ITV classrooms at Bullhead City, Kingman and Lake Havasu City campuses take place in Building 500. The ITV classroom at North Mohave Campus is in Building 400. To take an ITV course, students follow the same procedure as for a traditional classroom course.

To schedule use of the ITV system, please contact Shawn Dubon at sdubon@mohave.edu.

ITV Etiquette

  • BE ON TIME: Arriving late is always disruptive to the class, but the effect is multiplied when the sound of your entrance is amplified and broadcast to all of the sites.
  • SPEAK CLEARLY: When you are not all in the same room it is important that your words are picked up and broadcast clearly to all sites.
  • BE QUIET: Sounds, intentional and unintentional, will be picked up by the microphone and sent to the other sites. Rustling paper, coughing, tapping, etc., are amplified when sent through the microphones and are very distracting to students at the other sites.
  • REMEMBER WHERE YOU ARE: Anytime you are in an ITV room, assume that what you say or do may be seen and heard in another location. Remembering this may save you some embarrassment!
  • PARTICIPATE: Please don't hide off camera! The camera creates an important link to other classrooms and instructors. You need to ask questions and get involved in the interaction. This is your class. Essentially, you create interactive television. Get Involved! Participate!

LEAVE REPAIRS & EQUIPMENT ADJUSTMENTS TO THE TECHNICIANS: Cameras, microphones, televisions, directional devices and ITV control boxes can be easily damaged. Tables and camera pads are positioned to align with the cameras; moving tables or the camera pads affects the operation of the ITV system.