On October 14, 2018, NYU IT’s Operations Technology and Support Services (OTSS) will be holding the first annual Scribble NYC Design Forum at the NYU MakerSpace in Brooklyn from 8am to 8pm. This forum will bring together middle school, high school, and college students along with local teachers and school administrators to participate in workshops […]
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LiDAR, Insights for ArcGIS, Survey123, Web AppBuilder, and More NYU Data Services is hosting a two-day Esri geospatial data workshop series. The workshops will cover LiDAR processing and 3D modeling using Esri’s ArcGIS platform, and three Esri apps: Insights for ArcGIS for data visualization and analytics, Survey123 for field data capture, and Web AppBuilder for […]
Watch this 2-minute video narrated by NYU Libraries Scholarly Communications Librarian April Hathcock, which breaks down the basics of fair use and factors to consider when determining whether educational works qualify as fair use. You can also read April’s Connect article about fair use.
NYU’s LaGuardia Co-op recently installed a new printer that enables students to print large-format group projects and data visualizations up to 40 inches wide in either color or black and white. Pre-Printing Consultation No reservation is required to use the printer, but the Co-op strongly suggests all service inquiries be vetted by a Co-op staff […]
Using 3D Printing Technology to Explore Identity Heather Dewey-Hagborg, an ITP alumnus currently making waves with her “Chelsea Probably” art installation, was recently featured in a New York Times article about the Seattle Art Fair and women in the art world. Dewey-Hagborg’s project, which uses DNA from Chelsea Manning to create potential facial appearances, which […]
Calling all speakers! Submit your proposal to present at the inaugural NYU Technology Summit, taking place on November 14, 2018, at NYU’s Kimmel Center. Submissions are being accepted from all NYU students, faculty, staff, and alumni until August 31.
Google recently added a new feature to the Calendar and introduced a redesigned version of Hangouts video calls. Calendar You can now use the out-of-office feature to automatically decline meetings and notify event organizers that you are not available. The out-of-office feature can be used for full-day, multi-day, or hourly events. You can set, update, […]
If you have a personal Gmail account, you may have noticed that Google recently introduced a redesigned look. Beginning in July 2018, this new look will be rolled out to the NYU Email web interface as well. Initially, adoption of the new look will be on an opt-in basis; when you log in, you will […]
Research Workspace provides centrally-housed storage that can be mounted locally, enabling users to access and share large data sets from their desktops and lab workstations. It is intended for the use of research projects that depend on high-capacity data storage that can be accessed reliably, offers dependable backups, permits project owners to administer collaborator access, […]
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 […]