From Fine Arts to Robotics to Biology

The ITS Advanced Media Studio (AMS) offers four professional imaging services to NYU students, faculty, alumni with an NYU ID, and visiting artists in participating arts and science programs. The services are Wide-Format Archival Printing, Print and Drum Scanning, Rapid Prototyping, and Laser Service, which is the focus of this article. Imagine adding precision to working with fire. More →

Anytime, Anywhere

Podcasting is a convenient medium that you can use to help you and your students maximize teaching and learning. You can record your podcast just about anytime, anywhere; and your audience can watch or listen to it just about anytime, anywhere. This article offers a brief introduction to podcasting and a look at how NYU departments and faculty members can use podcasting, along with iTunes U and Advanced Learning Exchange (ALEX), or even Files 2, to augment their courses and connect with their students. More →

Academic Technology Centers & NYUHotSpots

The opening of the Fall 2009 semester brought exciting changes to ITS’ public computer locations. Where formerly there were ITS labs and centers, ITS now provides new Academic Technology Centers and NYUHotSpots (or CoLabs), reflecting an important refocusing of operations and services. More →

A.nnotate and Pliny

This article is the first in a series that looks at digital tools that have been designed to facilitate scholarship by helping us navigate, study, organize, derive meaning from and share the massive and ever-increasing amount of digital content — primary and secondary source materials — that is distributed via the Internet, bringing together digital content with non-digital content through the process of digitization. More →

NYU Traveler

Each year, more than 4,000 NYU students, faculty, and staff travel abroad to our globally networked University’s international academic and research centers, as well as for NYU-sponsored programs, trainings, and excursions at other locations. The growth in international study, research, and travel has made staying in touch with NYU community members abroad more important—and more challenging—than ever. More →