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Using Mobile Device Logic and Tracking in Qualtrics Surveys

Thursday, October 16th, 2014


Qualtrics online survey software, provided to faculty, staff and students at Purdue, is providing more options for mobile device display choices and tracking. We often want to know these days whether someone is accessing our survey from a mobile device or perhaps ask questions that are specific to a particular device being used to complete […]

Need To Learn Technology? The ITaP Student Trainers Can Help!

Thursday, December 27th, 2012


Purdue University offers a lot of great software tools for faculty and students that can be used for course projects. The problem that may arise for faculty wanting students to create movies, graphics, or other deliverables for course projects may simply be that students are not familiar with tools needed to create those items. This […]

Digital Learning Badges at Purdue

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012


Studio by Purdue is proud to announce Passport, a digital badge learning platform developed here at Purdue University. Passport allows instructors to create challenges that a student can complete to earn badges. Purdue’s Passport platform integrates with Mozilla Open Badges. Bill Watson, an assistant professor in Curriculum and Instruction, was instrumental in the creation behind […]

Morning Musings: Did Apple just kill the CD?

Friday, October 22nd, 2010


MG Siegler over on TechCrunch has been chronicling his experience with picking up a new Macbook Air.  One of the startling revelations Siegler has proposed is that of Steve Jobs and Apple killing the CD/DVD for the computer industry with the introduction of the USB reinstall drive.  The Macbook Air does not come with a built-in optical drive […]

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