Counting down to the graduation from Yale-Nus College, Class of 2017 will be the first graduating Yale-NUS class. The inaugural ceremony will be held on the May 29, 2017 at University Cultural Centre (UCC) . CIT will be recording this event and streaming it live.
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The Provost Office, Computer Centre, CIT and CDTL are organizing the NUS'
Technology Experience Day on the 25th April 2017 from 2 p.m. to 5.30 p.m at
Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL).
The aim of this inaugural event is to inspire and encourage faculty to experience first-hand technology tools and services that can enhance and create a positive
impact to teaching and learning.
This session is open to all NUS faculty and some of the projects will be showcased during this event:
- A/P Erle Lim, Department of Medicine, YLLSOM
- Computer Centre
Google Cardboard + 360-degree Media
iBeacon + NUS Virtual Cards
- Centre for Instructional Technology
GoPro HERO5 Black and 360fly Cameras
HTC Vive with Tilt Brush
- Dr Emelyn Tan, Department of Chemistry, FOS and
Mr Giam Kok Leng, Computer Centre, NUS
3D Augmented Reality App
- A/Prof Kelvin Foong, FOD
- Ms Amanda Chia, ST Electronics (Training & Simulation Systems) Pte Ltd
- Dr Kevin Yap, Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Science, NUS
- Dr Rainer Dumke, Director and Dr Claus Dieter Ohl, Director, Edu2VR
- Mr Tan Kay Chuan, Director, School of Electronics & Info-Comm
CPR+AED Virtual Reality (VR) Simulation
Learning Apps for Special-Education-Need Students
Smart Living Solutions
- Asst Prof Lu Weiquan and A/Prof Yen Ching-Chiuan, Keio-NUS CUTE
Center, NUS Interactive & Digital Media Institute
Virtual Interactive Human Anatomy (VIHA)
Virtual Interactive Simulation Environment (VISE)
- Mr Loh Mun Yew, ReVR Pte Ltd and Mr T K Ng, Side Effects Asia Pte Ltd
Details of event:
25 APR 2017 | 2 PM to 5.30 PM
Seminar Rooms@ CDTL
15 Kent Ridge Rd, Singapore 119225
For more information, visit website:
NUS Tech Experience Day
e-Assessments has been re-branded as Digital Assessments to reflect CIT’s mission. CIT advocates the use of technology for both formative and summative assessments.
Digital Assessments using ExamSoft for NUS is now hosted on servers located in Singapore. This gives NUS faster access to ExamSoft.
In 2016/2017 Semester I, 5,000 students did digital assessment vs. 2,000 in 2015/2016 Semester I.
CIT will be participating in ECAR’s 2017 Student Technology Preference Survey. The survey will give an indication of NUS student’s orientation towards technology, the number and type of devices they own and the extent they use these devices in their academic work. It will also give an indication of students experiences of NUS wireless network and learning environment.
The survey is scheduled to run from 1st February 2017 to 15th April 2017.