George Sadowsky was the Director of NYU’s Academic Computing Facility and the Director of Network Services at ITS prior to his retirement in November, 2000. This article, originally published in the spring 2001 issue of Connect, was an excerpt from reminiscences given by George.
The NYU IT Technology Leadership Program (TLP) is a new initiative that offers five recent NYU graduates the opportunity to grow their career in information technology. The program consists of two sequential one-year rotational assignments in NYU IT departments that align with each participant’s skills and career aspirations. The assignments are paid, full-time positions with […]
Clay Shirky explores the potential for digital tools to fundamentally change not only teaching, but academia at large. His talk was simultaneously a call to action and a reminder that although they can be helpful in connecting people, these tools are not a replacement for the face-to-face interactions.
One of the primary goals of the 2012 Teaching with Technology Conference was to inspire attendees with concrete examples of the innovative and effective ways that NYU instructors are enhancing their pedagogy with technology.
NYU’s 2012 Teaching with Technology Conference showcasedan impressive array of projects, conversation about effective ways to enhance teaching using technology, and facilitated conversations and collaborations between many of the more than 300 faculty, graduate students, and staff in attendance.