I am interviewing for a new part-time NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR AND TECHNOLOGIST to work within and manage the TARDIS lab. The lab’s primarily serves the the MPA program. The specifics about the position, responsibilities and salary are attached in the link below. I am looking forward to interviewing some well qualified candidates. This is a great position that former employees have left for great positions in their field of study. Please forward any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due June 1, 2016.
Come and Impress Us……
Adam Scott Wandt, JD, MPA
Assistant Professor of Public Policy, and
Deputy Chair for Academic Technology
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Faculty Fellow for Online Learning
John Jay Online
It’s the first day of the semester and once again CUNYFirst is down. (For the second day in a row). Since I am constantly hearing that CUNYFirst cost around $1Billion to fully implement… I must ask faculty and staff: “What would YOU have spent $1Billion on within CUNY if you had the opportunity?
Looking forward to responses.
I have prepared a video tutorial to assist faculty members in entering grades into CUNYfirst. Due to small text/fonts and icons within the CUNYfirst system, the video is best watched in high definition at 720p in full screen. YouTube viewers can adjust the screen resolution by selecting the gear icon in the bottom right corner of the video player, and selecting 720p. Watching the video in a lower resolution will result in a blurry image.
Here is the link: http://x.wandt.us/CUNYfirst-grades
Please let me know if you have any questions or comments on this Entering Grades tutorial.
I am pleased to announce the first episode of CUNYTECH A+
A+ is the new monthly academic technology podcast hosted by the Skunkworks: Academic Technology Research and Development Group. Skunkworks will be brining you monthly podcasts that focus on academic technology at CUNY and beyond. Episode 1 (April 2013) is a general introduction. The second episode will air May 2013 and will focus on use of the Blackboard LMS.
*** A special thanks to the John Jay College AVS Team. Without them this production would not be possible ***
This is a recent lecture I gave, entitled “Mobile Devices: Investigations, Privacy and Policy.” It does not deal directly with academic technology, but with mobile device privacy. As more and more of higher education gets delivered digitally, it is important to protect students’ identities and retain their privacy. This lecture educates the viewer on important privacy and legal issues relating to mobile devices and the use of mobile device applications. Not only is it useful for individuals to learn about how to protect their privacy on their mobile devices, but many of these issues should be taken into consideration when designing online courses and educational web applications.
Please leave comments in the section below. I an curious as to people’s opinions on this topic.
You can access my lecture: “Mobile Devices: Investigations, Privacy and Policy” Here
I am devoting my second “90-Second Academic Technology Update” podcast to a basic but important question I get asked all the time: How does a professor hookup a Macbook to an overhead projector? What adaptor is needed? Where can they get one? Are there any OS X software options that need configuration?
Please CLICK HERE for the Podcast
In this video I answer the common question: “What equipment do I need to hookup a Macbook Air or Macbook Pro to an overhead projector?”
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO: http://x.wandt.us/vga
Dear CUNY Community:
This video is the first of my new series: “The 90-Second Academic Technology Update.”
This series will regularly explore emerging academic technologies in a short 90 second format. I will try to add one or two new episodes a month.
If you are an academic technology vendor and would like me to review your software or hardware, please get in touch.
In the first episode I explore a new software application, “Zoom.us”
Zoom is a powerful video conferencing and screen sharing solution. Up to 15 people can video conference without headsets. The program is available on multiple platforms.
This is a great program for professors to use for video conferencing with one or more students. It is also a good program to recommend to students who are doing group projects. Please watch the video. If you try out Zoom.us, let me know what you think in the comment section.
Subscribe for more academic technology updates and technology product reviews.
Better Group Video Conferencing Using Zoom.us
CLICK HERE TO WATCH EPISODE 1 ON YOUTUBE.