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From Student Technology Fee proposals, Mobile Tech Meetings, and the Spring ePortfolio Contest to accessing Pace Wi-Fi, this month's ITS updates are keeping you connected.
Spring ePortfolio Contest
Are you actively using ePortfolio? Submit your work by April 15 to the 5th Annual ePortfolio Contest this spring and you could be a lucky winner! Winners receive a $100 Visa gift card and will be recognized at the ePortfolio Student Showcase Ceremonies. Learn more.
Winter Renovations: Spring 2016 Updates
NYC's New Active Learning Classrooms (ALC): W510 and W511
Following the success of Miller 21 and Miller 22 redesigns on the Westchester Campus, we have two newly designed rooms that foster interactive, flexible, and student-centered learning experiences. The Active Learning Classrooms allow students to collaborate and work in groups or work individually. Room designs include: multiple LED displays and writable walls, smart chairs (flexible furniture and charging stations), and a mobile instructor podium.
Video Conference Rooms: Miller 16 and E319
The video conference rooms have received a long over due redesign to provide a better interactive and viewing experience for cross-campus collaboration.
Willcox Lecture Hall and Multipurpose Room
A new Willcox Lecture Hall has been added, providing an additional large 120 seat lecture hall space, and the new Multipurpose Room is a much-needed space for various events.
Free Educational Resources: Opening the Classroom to a New World of Knowledge
Did you know that, as a student, you have access to free learning materials? Integrate OER into your studies this spring.
What is OER?
OER stands for Open Educational Resources. The key word being open, referring to that fact that OERs are academic materials in the public domain. The OER movement is based on the principle that information should be shared and intellectual collaboration should be encouraged.
Pace Library's Open Access LibGuide is a collection of open access (free) resources. This includes e-journals, e-books, and miscellaneous other resources such as OER Commons, OpenStax College, and Karger Open Access Journals. For more information, contact Beth Gordon.
EduBlogs Services: Replacing WordPress
WordPress services were migrated to EduBlogs services over the winter break. This migration provides a stable blog environment for students that is managed and monitored to ensure valid and secure features, such as themes and plugins, are evaluated and applied appropriately. EduBlogs also offers a community where users can discuss new features and questions along with a wide array of training support documents, guides, and tutorials. Learn more.
Computer Safety Tips: Guarding Your Privacy and Information Online
In our Internet-based society it is imperative to keep personal information secure and understand risks. Tips like not sharing passwords and creating secure passwords are simple, but you might be unknowingly sharing your personal information. To learn more IT security best practices on protecting yourself on social media, when to not use public Wi-Fi, traveling with mobile devices and laptops, and much more, click here.
Academic Technologies' Webinar Wednesdays series offers an in-depth look at technologies related to teaching and learning. Webinars focus on a specific technology and offer best practices, tips, tutorials, and suggestions.
Active Learning Strategies
Wednesday, March 9 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m.
Embedding NBC Learn, YouTube, and Kaltura Videos in Blackboard
Wednesday, March 30 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m.
Online Assessment Tools
Wednesday, April 13 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m.
Wednesday, May 11 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m.
Get more information and updated schedules.
Mobile Tech Meetings
Join Academic Technologies on the below dates to learn about emerging mobile technologies to enhance how we communicate and share ideas.
Monday, March 14 | 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. | Miller 16 and Civic E319
Wednesday, April 20 | 12:20 p.m.–1:15 p.m. | Miller 16 and Civic E319
Monday, May 9 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Miller 16 and Civic E319
Student Technology Fee Meetings
Pace University assesses a Technology Fee to ensure students have access to the latest instructional technology resources available. All revenue generated from the technology fee goes directly towards funding instructional technology initiatives that are focused on enhancing the student learning experience. Learn more.
Spring Proposal Submission Deadlines
All proposals must be submitted by the following dates for review and evaluation:
Monday, February 8, for the February 22 meeting
Monday, March 28, for the April 11 meeting
Spring 2016 Meetings
Monday, February 22 | 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. | VC Rooms (PLV Miller 16 and NYC E319)
Monday, April 11 | 12:00 p.m.–1:00 p.m. | VC Rooms (PLV Miller 16 and NYC E319)
Access Pace Wireless
Step 1: Configure wireless devices (laptop, iPad, smartphone) to connect to PACE-OPEN. (This is a one-time process.)
Step 2: Follow instructions to automatically configure and register the device for PACE-WIRELESS.
When complete, the device needs to be connected to PACE-WIRELESS and all certificates must be trusted. To check if your device is registered, go to How do I check if my device is registered?
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Singer. Model. Medical assistant. There’s no end to what Brian Powell ’21 can accomplish as a health science major on the pre-physician assistant track who creates art in his spare time. To top it off, he also wrote a research paper on racial patient bias in healthcare.
The Medical Artist
President and CEO of the National Urban League Marc Morial will be speaking on Monday, October 26, about Black Lives Matter, voting, and how you as a Pace student can continue making a big difference. Let’s keep the conversation going.
Continuing Advocacy and Allyship
The PLV Campus is celebrating National First-Generation Week in a big way! Starting Monday, November 2, we’re kicking off both in-person and virtual events like trivia, giveaways, free professional headshots, and more.
2020 National First-Gen Week (PLV)