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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This annual competition encourages NUS students to develop mobile applications to improve the experience of student life for NUS students. To date about 50 mobile applications have been created for student by students. This year’s prize award ceremony was held on 6 August. The iCreate 2013 organizers would like to thank all the participants and especially the winners for this competition. View the apps developed by the participants.
CIT will be conducting an orientation for faculty and teaching assistants who will be involved in creating Coursera MOOCs.
The purpose of this orientation is to familiarise faculty and teaching assistants who will be using Coursera with its user interface and functions.
This session will provide an overview and best practices to get staff selected for MOOCs to start creating content on the Coursera platform.
Faculty and TAs who will be using Coursera platform to teach in the coming semester have been contacted via email to register and attend. There will be two sessions to choose from. Read the course outline.
Dates: Fri 16 Aug 2013 or Wed 4 Sep 2013
Time: 10 am to 12 noon (same time on both days)
Venue: CIT Global Classroom, Level 3, Computer Centre building, Kent Ridge Campus