The 2nd annual Technology for Teaching Fair will be held on February 5th, 2016 in the Parkway Ballroom, Plemmons Student Union from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Register for free to attend the Fair and submit a presentation proposal to share new ways you use technology in your teaching.
The Tech News Center is one year old! We started quietly in July 2014 and were in full swing once the fall semester kicked in last year, so this is a belated Happy Birthday with little fanfare.
Technology Services in Belk Library and Information Commons has taken over the media conversion service from campus IT Support Services. This service is now available for ASU faculty, students, and staff at the Tech Desk on the Lower Level of Belk Library.
This is the second in a series of monthly reports that provide an overview of how the library’s main website (including subdomains) and mobile website are being used. Usage statistics are tracked using Google Analytics. Following are the stats for March 2015 with more numbers and less commentary than before.
We have a flatbed scanner and an overhead scanner for library personnel to try out for the next three weeks. The scanners are located on the first floor of Belk Library in the old reference area.
Technology Services would like to know how well the scanners work, particularly the software and the touch screen monitor that controls the scanners. Please review and send feedback to Scott Rice (firstname.lastname@example.org). If we get positive reviews, then we will get more of them. If not, the scanners get shipped back!
Virtual reality comes to Belk Library and Information Commons. Oculus Rift developer kits are now available to rent from the Tech Desk. Rentals are on a 7-day basis.
You asked, and we listened. In response to requests for a large keyboard station, Technology Services purchased a performance keyboard controller for the Audio Recording Room. The new keyboard is ready for students to use.