All teaching staff are invited to learn more about questionSMS, a brand new service which CIT has launched. With questionSMS, lecturers will be able to receive questions and feedback during their lectures and seminars on a web browser, without interrupting the flow of their presentation.

Learn more about questionSMS from CIT staff Jeffery Tay on Friday, 15 January 2010 at the CIT Auditorium, Level 2, Computer Centre. There are two one-hour sessions at 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. respectively.

Recognition for Service Excellence in the NUS Service Class
NUS Quality Service Day 2008/09
The Centre for Instructional Technology was conferred the Recognition for Service Excellence, under the auspices of the NUS Service Class, for its overall efforts and achievements in service quality.

NUS Quality Service Award
NUS Quality Service Day 2008/09
YONG Chee Ann received the NUS Quality Service Award in recognition of his efforts in providing quality customer service.

in the Borneo Bulletin, 16 December 2009
by Afelda Ghani

Speaking to the Bulletin, Ravi Chandran, Director of Centre for Instructional Technology, National University of Singapore addressed the challenges faced by e-learning which include the selection of instructional topics.

"While some topics are supported by e-learning, such as those characterised by facts and figures, other subjects such as personal skills and emotional intelligence are better off dealt face-to-face. Basically, all we need for e-learning to be successful is a prepared infrastucture, stable campus network and strong Internet because e-learning is supposed to be interactive. Just go out there and do it and see what works and what doesn't and make changes along the way. Dont' wait for perfection until you start implementing something because by the time that happens, it probably wont work and it will just be too late" says Ravi.

in The Sunday Times, 15 November 2009
by Shefali Rekhi

The National University of Singapore (NUS), ranked among top global institutions in the world, took up a video channel on YouTube last year.

The channel showcases some of its popular campus discussions - on subjects ranging from Asia vs Europe and the Rwandan civil war to the turnaround story of the Indian Railways and the rise of political Islam in Indonesia.