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Events

Feb 10 2016

Your Perfect Valentine’s Day Meal

Feb 09 2016

Lunch & Such: Faculty Research, Creativity, and Community at NYIT

Feb 09 2016

Scene & Heard: Upcoming Events

Feb 08 2016

Why Science Needs the Humanities

Feb 08 2016

NYIT Hosts Forum to Address a Global Crisis

Feb 10 2016

Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I

Feb 10 2016

Using the Avery Index to Architecture Periodicals

Feb 10 2016

Free Webinar: Rise - 3 Practical Steps for Advancing Your Career

Feb 11 2016

Evidence Based Medicine & PubMed

Feb 11 2016

Internship Certificate Program - Orientation I


ICTs

The ICTs (information and communication technologies) our project adopts are:

ICTs

  • Word processing: students use word processing tool to write research journals.
  • Spreadsheet: students use spreadsheet tool to collect/log data, and analyze data using charts.
  • Web search engines: students research information related to their scientific inquiry tasks.
  • Social networking: students use social networking site to collaborate and communicate their research findings.
  • Still images/videl clips: students use images or video clips to collect data to examine their hypothesis.
  • Google Earth: students use Google Earth to create multimodal information to present their research findings.
  • Cyber database: students use public cyber databases to collect data.
  • Real time response system: students design their real time response system to answer their research questions.
  • iPad: the teachers use iPad to facilitate the scientific inquiry tasks in the classrooms.
  • Probeware: students use probeware to collect water quality data, and use iPad app to analyze data.

 

iPad Apps

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How to?

  1. Setup a Google Account using current email address (Your current email address is your Google account)
  2. Setup an Apple account
  3. Reboot iPod Touch/Power off and power on iPod Touch
  4. Setup passcode lock for your iPod Touch
  5. Setup network (wifi) on iPod Touch (proxy.nyit.edu, port:80)
  6. Setup Google calendar and email (exchange account): caution! Do not use "gmail" in setting, use "exchange" instead. Here is another instruction on how to sync Google with iPod devices.
  7. Backup/restore: sync with iTune
  8. What if you forgot your Apple account password?
  9. Apply a DropBox account and install the DropBox app
  10. How to look for apps? (Use iTunes Store, App Store)
  11. How to install apps on iPod Touch
  12. How to setup "Find my phone"?

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Shiang-Kwei Wang, Ph.D.
PI

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Hui-Yin Hsu, Ph.D.
CO-PI

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Lisa Runco, Ph.D.
CO-PI

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