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FITL Observations: Myths and Facts about ResponseWare Mobile Polling
This post authored by Akil Kothari , SRS Intern at FITL and Lexie Bryan Myth: Expect a lot of technical issues when using ResponseWare. Fact : During FITL's November 2016 class visits , we observed no technical issues with the use of ResponseWare in the cla...
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Video release: 3D Modeling & Design for EG 1003
It's an exciting time to be a first-year engineering student at NYU Tandon! September marked the opening of Tandon's brand new MakerSpace , as well as the 2nd video installment in the partnership between the General Engineering Introduction to Engineering a...
It's an exciting time to be a first-year engineering student at NYU Tandon! September marked the opening of Tandon's brand new MakerSpace , ...
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2016 Academic & Technology Conferences!
It's that time again! As our students don their caps and gowns, we start thinking about the multitude of professional development opportunities available over the summer and into the early fall. Consider stopping by Open Apereo on May 24th, where FITL will ...
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In-Class Competitions with the Student Response System
Professors that teach with the student response system are familiar with the basic features of TurningPoint - create a question slide, poll a question, etc. But fewer instructors are aware of one of the most engaging features in the software: Competitions! ...
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NYU Classes Summer Workshops and Online Drop-In
Another summer term begins today and FITL workshops are here to support you! Faculty and staff can sign up for Getting Started with NYU Classes and Grading & Assessment with NYU Classes taking place this week via our Workshop Schedule . If you're unavailabl...
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Mobile polling with smartphones, tablets, and laptops
Did you know? The polling application ResponseWare turns mobile devices into virtual clickers! Your students can respond to questions in class with any web-enabled device including their smartphone, tablet, or laptop. If you already use clickers, you can re...
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SRS: Transitioning from Hardware toward Software in the Chemistry Classroom
This post authored by Akil Kothari , SRS Intern at FITL Chemistry professors Janice Aber and Bruce Garetz were among the first faculty members at NYU Tandon to begin using the Student Response System (SRS) with their first-year chemistry courses in Fall 201...
This post authored by Akil Kothari , SRS Intern at FITL Chemistry professors Janice Aber and Bruce Garetz were among the first faculty mem...
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Student Response System Online Training for Faculty
FITL is proud to announce the launch of our latest content pack: the Student Response System Training Site . The self-paced module orients instructors to the Student Response System (SRS) instructional tool, both those new to teaching with the technology an...
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Faculty Tech Profile Series: Hanna Ulman, Department of Mathematics
Mathematics instructor Hanna Ulman began using the student response system in Fall 2014 in her Calculus I and II and Integrated Calculus I and II courses. At the time that she was interviewed by the FITL Center , she was in her second semester using the tec...
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Faculty Tech Profile Series: Luciano Medina, Department of Mathematics
Luciano Medina , a Lecturer in the Mathematics department at the School of Engineering (SoE), first learned about clickers in 2010, and conducted his first full implementation of the technology this past spring. In March and April, he taught an SAT math pre...
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Upcoming Academic and Technology Conferences
Conference season is upon us! It's once again time for our annual list of professional development conferences in the area of educational technology and STEM education. If you can't make it to some of these great venues, several conferences now offer the op...
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NYU Classes Meetings Tool: Google Chrome update for Desktop Sharing
For instructors who use the Meetings tool in NYU Classes: As of April 15th, 2015, Google Chrome (version 42 or later) will no longer support Java applets. Therefore, instructors using Google Chrome to launch the Meetings tool ( BigBlueButton ) will no longe...
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