Nik Azizi BIN MAT ZIN and LEOW Sin Lak did CIT proud by claiming the Gold Award of Excellence for their presentation about the Webcast@Work IQ project at the International Convention on QC Circles (ICQCC) 2013 in Taipei.
One of six teams from NUS, Nik and Sin Lak shared about how they reduced the time taken to process webcast requests.
Congratulations to Nik and Sin Lak!
CIT is project managing the launch of 11 MOOCs for NUS in January 2014. All 11 MOOCs will be hosted on Coursera with 3 MOOCs open globally and 8 only accessible to NUS students.
Read press release on 9th Sept 2013.
CIT has now launched a new Video Management System based on Kaltura. This service is partially cloud-based for website and encoding services but all videos will be hosted locally at NUS. The aim for this Video Management System is have a permanent multimedia repository similar to YouTube but catered to the needs of NUS in terms of accessibility and security.
CIT has launched two more Active Learning Classrooms in collaboration with the School of Computing and Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
To date, CIT has launched fifteen Active Learning Classrooms across the Faculties and Schools since this project was launched in December 2011.
Zana, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences
Lim Chew Eng, School of Computing
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