Echo360 Lecture Capture provides flexible teaching and learning options; New IU center for computer-mediated communication; In case you missed the last newsletter
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IU’s Bicentennial Strategic Plan includes pursuing the creation of an IT-based engineering program (touch for more >>)
IU intends to pursue, with the assistance of outside experts in the field of engineering, the creation of an IT-based engineering program that would leverage IU’s existing strengths in informatics and computer science.
IU has four types of data classifications to indicate varying levels of data sensitivity. Until now, your Box account could contain two types of data: Public and “University-internal,” which is a bit more sensitive than public and can only be accessed by certain members of the university to conduct university business.
Faculty: Did you know that with Echo360 Lecture Capture, you can choose to automatically record your class session for later on-demand viewing?
Faculty: Did you know that with Echo360 Lecture Capture, you can choose to automatically record your class session for later on-demand viewing? Or that with Echo360 Personal Capture you can record audio, video, and computer content on a personal computer and upload it for student viewing?
Thanksgiving hours: UITS Support Center at IU Bloomington and IUPUI; New 3D computer lab at IU Southeast; SciPass makes data transfer faster, more secure; In case you missed the last newsletter
The new Learning Commons on the first floor of the Wells Library at IU Bloomington is a 24/7 technology-infused learning center where students can work on class assignments from start to finish.
If you need help with something in Canvas, IU’s new learning management system, the Knowledge Base (KB) can help.
Back in June, IU inked a deal with Colorado State University, the University of Florida, and the University of Michigan to provide a suite of services for courses, online learning, and big data analytics to improve the way educational content is shared across institutions and delivered to students.
The IU eText initiative has enhanced its partnerships with McGraw-Hill Education and Pearson (touch for more >>)
Better prices, expanded offerings, and adaptive learning are at the heart of a new contract that IU has signed with McGraw-Hill Education, one of the founding partners in IU’s pioneering eText initiative. IU extended its contract with Pearson to provide IU faculty and students with access to thousands more titles at improved pricing. For the first time ever, IU’s Pearson deal also includes discounts on adaptive digital learning tools.
Challenge offers an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to attend PRAGMA 27 at IU Bloomington.
The College of Arts and Sciences and the Kelley School of Business are partnering to offer several new accelerated master’s degrees for IU students.
IU students, faculty and staff can download Read&Write Gold literacy software at no charge through IUware (touch for more >>)
IU has unveiled a new software license that makes literacy tools available to everyone. Read&Write Gold is assistive software specifically designed to help with reading and writing. The software will read aloud a variety of materials, from a Word doc or PDF file to web pages and screen shots.