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ITaP security analyst offers cybersecurity tips to start the semester — and maybe a winning Jeopardy! question
George Lyle, an ITaP security risk analyst who will appear on Jeopardy! Oct. 3, recounts his trip to the Jeopardy! studio and offers some tips on how students, faculty and staff can stay safe online.
Purdue part of $15 million, five-year NSF science gateways effort
Purdue is a member of a collaborative team that has received a $15 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation to accelerate development and application of science gateway websites designed to speed research and make cutting-edge research tools more accessible.
ITaP offers Faculty Professional Development program covering technology in the classroom
Faculty are invited to attend ITaP’s Faculty Professional Development courses to learn about Purdue-supported technology that can enhance their teaching and help them be innovative in the classroom.
12 classroom technology tips to help instructors speed up time to teaching
Get prepared for class and get help navigating the technology available in your classroom with these tips from ITaP.
Five things you should know about using BoilerCast lecture capture in your course
BoilerCast is lecture capture, sure, but there’s a lot more to the system that can enhance your teaching and your students’ learning – and students love it.
VoiceThread can help add authenticity to online class discussions
Professor Wayne Wright says that VoiceThread, a new ITaP-supported tool available on campus, helps make online discussions feel more like a face-to-face classroom experience.
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