REMINDER: Join the Division of Information Technology for a Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, October 25 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Beatty Center Wells Fargo Auditorium. We will discuss new projects and upcoming initiatives. The IT Leadership Team will be present to answer questions and respond to feedback. Open to faculty, staff, and…Continue Reading Reminder: Town Hall Meeting October 25
Save the Date: Town Hall Meeting October 25
Join the Division of Information Technology for a Town Hall Meeting on October 25 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Beatty Center Wells Fargo Auditorium. We will discuss new projects and upcoming initiatives. The IT Leadership Team will be present to answer questions and respond to feedback….Continue Reading Save the Date: Town Hall Meeting October 25
IT Ambassadors Information Sessions
[Faculty and Staff] Do your colleagues and associates around campus recognize you as the go-to person for help with technology issues? If so, the College of Charleston Division of Information Technology is developing a new program, IT Ambassadors, that might interest you. The program is designed for technically inclined faculty and staff who would like…Continue Reading IT Ambassadors Information Sessions
Academic Research Network Forum Recording
Information Technology hosted an Open Forum on April 1, 2015 to provide an overview of the Academic Research Network project and gather campus research needs. The Academic Research Network (ARN) will offer virtual and physical hosting of Linux and Windows servers to College faculty and staff in support of academic research. IT recorded the forum and you can view the recording at http://stream.cofc.edu:8080/~itwebstrategies/academic-research-network-forum-4-1-15.mp4….Continue Reading Academic Research Network Forum Recording
Academic Research Network: Gathering Your Needs, Shaping the Offering.
Academic Research Network: Gathering Your Needs, Shaping the Offering. As faculty active in research, you have technology needs specific to your research efforts, different from your needs with respect to the classroom. You may require dedicated servers and storage, be collaborating with colleagues in remote locations, or need access to specialized applications. Information Technology is soliciting needs from…Continue Reading Academic Research Network: Gathering Your Needs, Shaping the Offering.
Teaching, Learning and Technology (TLT) will lead a variety of faculty workshops that focus on both pedagogical and technological topics. Each day, you will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of sessions in four-time slots. Unlike a typical Faculty Technology Institute (FTI), Spring Training will provide a more flexible, conference-style schedule, allowing you…Continue Reading Spring Training
ITSAC Open Forum
The Information Technology Strategic Advisory Committee (ITSAC) invites you to attend the Information Technology (IT) open forum scheduled for Tuesday, February 3, 2015 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in the School of Education Alumni Center. We will provide a brief overview of the current IT strategic planning effort and the work of your committee, and then open the…Continue Reading ITSAC Open Forum
Faculty Roundtable Discussion
Please join Teaching, Learning and Technology this Thursday at 11:00am in Tate 202 while they share strategies and applications for productivity and engagement. TLT will also be collecting non-perishable food items to donate for the holidays. Give thanks for the many ways technology makes you more productive, effective, and engaging instructors. TLT be sharing a…Continue Reading Faculty Roundtable Discussion
Increase collaboration with Google Docs!
Learn how Google Docs can help increase collaboration and productivity! Information Technology is hosting a Google+ Hangout on Air for faculty and staff. Tune in on November 13th at 10:00 AM. Please register for the event at go.cofc.edu/itgooglehangout. Google+ Hangouts on Air is a live broadcast. You can watch the broadcast from your home or office. If you’re having…Continue Reading Increase collaboration with Google Docs!
Please join your colleagues for a SPOOKY good time learning about strategies to more effectively engage your students. Faculty presenters will share how they use innovative tools and applications to bring their students back to life! At each table, you will learn a trick and receive a sweet treat! Costumes are optional but, of course,…Continue Reading Faculty Showcase