ITS Time to Connect
It’s all about getting connected. ITS has updates about building your course schedule, important information about Blackboard, upgrading your e-mail, and more!
Here’s some important news and notes from our friends in Information Technology Services:
Plan Your Future Schedule
Trying to build your course schedule? That’s where Schedule Planner comes in. Build, modify, and save course schedules in real-time based on anything from group activities, to work schedules, to study days.
This useful tool can be accessed on the portal in the Students tab, under Registration and Grades. For more info, visit the Schedule Planner website.
Blackboard is also taking some time to regroup over the winter break. Here are some important dates to look out for:
-Fall 2015 courses will be unavailable beginning Wednesday, December 23, at 12:00 p.m.
-Any courses that run during winter break will become available on the course start date, as defined in the banner
-Spring 2016 courses will be available on the course start date, as defined in the banner, or as early as Monday, January 11
Pace is upgrading all student e-mail accounts to Exchange 2013 server, which is scheduled to begin in February. You’ll receive a notification from ITS before and after the upgrade takes places, along with additional steps to ensure your e-mail has migrated on all your devices. For more details, click here.
Real-time news, real-time learning. NBC has partnered up with Blackboard to create a bank of stories, images, and primary source documents available on-demand for the Pace Community. Now, you and your instructors can incorporate NBC Learn into everyday classroom activity.
Ever wanted to dive deep into how learning and technology inform one another at Pace? As finals begin to heat up, join Senior Academic Technologist John Blackwell at 12:10 p.m. on Wednesday, December 9, as he explains the ins and outs of Blackboard Grade Center. Register here.
Complete Those Course Evaluations!
For anyone taking Dyson and/or Lubin classes, take note—course evaluations for fall 2015 will be available from Sunday, November 29–Sunday, December 13. In addition to helping provide highly important feedback, be sure to complete your evaluations within the above timeframe. Students who do not complete their course evaluations will be unable to receive their fall semester grades until Friday, December 25.
Mobile Tech, Anyone?
Westchester Campus—join Academic Technologies in Miller Hall 16 on Tuesday, December 8, from 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. to learn about emerging mobile technologies at Pace, and how we can use them to enhance everyday life through communication and idea sharing.
For more information and additional ITS news, visit www.pace.edu/its.
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There’s no better way to beat the chill than by stepping under the Schimmel Theater lights! Pace’s Commercial Dance majors will be performing nine original works on December 2 and 3.
David Sharif ’19 is a Political Science major with a minor in Peace and Justice Studies currently blogging from Spain. He was diagnosed with autism and overcomes adversity by breaking down barriers across the world—one country at a time.
Around The World In 30 Countries
Wild about Setters Madness? Always ready to rock the blue and gold? You won’t want to miss the Men’s and Women’s Basketball home opener against our Adelphi rivals!
Bringing Home The Win