Category: Events

Expanding our Focus: The iPad and Tablet User’s Group has been renamed the Mobile Technology User’s Group

Tuesday, September 10th, 2013

In a move hinted at during our last meeting of the Spring 2013 semester, the “iPad and Tablet User’s Group” has been renamed  the “Mobile Technology User’s Group”.  There are several different reasons for this name change I would like to explain. First and foremost, let me state the goal for our group: we want […]

What Can Camtasia Do for You?

Friday, July 26th, 2013

As mentioned in Purdue Today, the University has purchased a site license for TechSmith’s all-in-one screen recording and editing software Camtasia.  It is already available for personal installation for most full-time faculty and staff who request it, and soon it will be available in every ITaP lab on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus for faculty, staff, […]

The eTextbook unConference

Friday, July 13th, 2012

This is part one of a post on the eTextbook UnConference hosted at the University of Illinois, on June 28-29th, 2012.  According to, the term “unconference” arose as people in the technology industry started making conferences that stepped out of the traditional models, which had involved presentations selected months beforehand, panels of speakers, industry […]

Blackboard users group meets Jan. 31 to hear about Learn 9.1 features

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

The cross-campus Blackboard Users Group will meet from 1:30-2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Users may attend in person or connect online via Adobe Connect. Users of Blackboard or other teaching and learning technology tools are invited to join this community to share strategies, tips and techniques. The focus of this semester’s meetings will begin […]

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