Future Knowledge Lecture: Visualizing the Ties that Bind
Join the Center for Digital Humanities as it hosts Paul McLean from Rutgers, who will talk about social network analysis.
Join the Center for Digital Humanities as it hosts Paul McLean from Rutgers, who will talk about social network analysis.
Join the Center for Digital Humanities and Paul McLean, Professor of Sociology at Rutgers, for a 2-day intensive workshop in historical network analysis
Members from Cal Poly Pomona have made available video recordings of key takeaways from EDUCAUSE 2013
Join the Center for Digital Humanities as Mike Gavin (English, USC) discusses his current research using Agent-Based Modeling (ABM) to explore how publishing and censorship worked (or might have worked!) in eighteenth-century England
University Information Security Office (UISO) to present film in recognition of National Cyber-Security Awareness Month 2013
USC's Integrated Information Technology Program will be sponsoring a free workshop at IT-oLogy October 3rd on using SPSS Modeler for data mining
All faculty, staff, and students are invited to register for this training class that will teach intermediate skills for PowerPoint
Register for USC's Continuing Education course on digital photography that will focus on some of the most common functions and features of digital cameras.
Sign up for this free webinar that will review Babson Survey Research Group findings on online learning
Join the Center for Digital Humanities to view featured work from numerous disciplines
Sign up for a hands-on training session to learn PowerPoint basics such as applying themes and inserting animations to slides
Register for this event at USC's Startup Center to learn about apps that local entrepreneurs are using to help with their startups
Join Mary Battle and John White from the College of Charleston as they discuss the upcoming Lowcountry Digital History Initiative (LDHI)
"Find out how Blackboard can actually save you time in not only making assignments, but also in helping you grade students' work quickly and accurately, giving them immediate feedback and letting them see where they stand in your class."
The monthly networking event for IT professionals will be at the Carolina Ale House Wednesday, August 14
The BEST Institute, offered to all faculty and instructors, is held to help impart and renew teaching and technology skills
From the EDUCAUSE website, "this webinar will share a framework for institutional adoption and implementation of blended learning"
Research Cyberinfrastructure will offer a remote workshop August 13-14 on OpenACC GPU programming
A lecture on High Performance Computing topics will be given at USC by a Clemson professor and her graduate students.
Join others to discuss the open source content management system Drupal
This webinar is meant to provide an overview of the current state of analysis of learning analytics and educational data mining.
This 3-day online event from July 30-August 1 will focus on "on the transformative elements of MOOCs--connectedness, scale, data, and new models--and IT's role"
Join USC's Startup Center CETi - The Center for Entrepreneurial and Technological Innovation - for its monthly event that combines open networking with discussions about "tech, talent, innovation and entrepreneurship"
Join CETi and IT-oLogy for an evening of collaborative coding
Tristan Denley, provost at Austin Peay State University, will discuss how programs like Degree Compass and MyFuture impact institutional and student success
Visit Delaney's Speakeasy on Saluda Avenue in Columbia's 5 Points on April 9th to hear Brian Benicewicz speak on the topic of polymer nanocomposite research and South Carolina's plastics industry
The monthly networking event, Tech After Five, will be held at the Carolina Ale House on Wednesday, July 10th from 5:30-7:30pm
Join others at the Center for Digital Humanities to experience a virtual tour of the Conde Naste/ Vogue digital archive.
The monthly Tech After Five event will be at the Carolina Ale House, 5:30pm, on June 12th
Watch a documentary on Silicon Valley, then participate in a discussion about how Columbia can be more competitive and more technology friendly
CETi, USC's Startup Center, is holding a workshop and networking session to help people interested in building or joining a startup team
Attend Thomas Cooper Library's workshop where you will learn to use Zotero, a free online citation management application that works from your browser
Several events ranging from beginner classes in web design to a hackathon will be held across Columbia June 1-2 for all to participate in
Learn more about the virtual attendee option for the 10th Annual Sloan-C Blended Learning Conference and Workshop, taking place July 8-9, 2013 in Milwaukee, WI. This year's virtual program explores the theme "Trend to Blend: Lessons from the Field"
The first Connections conference will highlight the latest in hardware, software, and infrastructure, and feature presentations by Microsoft Kinect expert James Ashley and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Steven Naifeh
The New Media Consortium 2013 Summer Conference will be held in Hilton Head, SC this year, and will present material for those interested in integrating cutting-edge technologies to enhance teaching, learning, and creative inquiry
University Technology Services is offering this free, self-directed online course to any interested faculty, staff, and graduate students
Back by popular demand, the online course Effective Online Instruction will be offered for graduate students, faculty, and staff
Sign up to attend Columbia's OpenHack event that encourages attendees to play with code in any way they want
The May event of the technology networking organization will be at the Carolina Ale House on Wednesday, May 15
The title of EDUCAUSE's Southeast Regional Conference in May 2013 is "Amp IT Up! Powering Education with Technology," and will focus on key aspects of technology systems and support that enable and enhance the missions of today's higher educational institutions.
Join Electrical Engineering students to watch them race vehicles they built over the course of the semester
This PowerPoint basics hands-on training will show you how to insert slides, add content to slides, apply a theme and a layout and other skills, as well as introduce best practices.
Several USC Professors will showcase the Ghosts of the Horseshoe app for the Indie Grits Festival on Saturday, April 20th
Dr. Dave Headlam will give a lecture on Friday, April 19th titled "Computational Modeling: A Study of the Fugues in Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier"
Join the Center for Digital Humanities Wednesday, April 17th for the final Digital Brown Bag lunch of the school year to hear a discussion of the Paragon software project
This hands-on training session will teach you how to create graphs and charts, print graphs and charts, create and manage multiple worksheets, apply some advanced Excel applications (i.e. what-if analysis and financial analysis), and other functions.
Register for a training session that will teach basic Excel functions like how to create a workbook, format cells, insert columns and rows, create formulas, and other basic applications (i.e. create grading schemes).
Visit the Horseshoe on Friday to experience the "Ghosts of the Horseshoe" iPad App that was made by USC faculty and students
Join the Center for Digital Humanities to hear Evan Kutzler discuss his Digital History project on slavery in antebellum Columbia using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
If you are a faculty member interested in developing and teaching a distributed learning course, register for this event at the Center for Teaching Excellence
Attend the last lecture of the "Future Knowledge" series to hear how "digital humanities can re-write cinema history"
Attend the Center for Teaching Excellence's seminar April 8th to discuss tangible ways to use an interactive whiteboard to enhance students' learning experience in multiple areas.
Join the School of Library and Information Science to hear a guest speaker from Virginia Tech talk about websites like Jux, Stixy, Wiggio, and others
Visit Delaney's Speakeasy on Saluda Avenue in Columbia's 5 Points on April 9th to hear Dan Gabriel Cacuci speak on the topic of nuclear science
A mid-point review of the OneCarolina project will be presented to the public on Wednesday, April 10 from 9-10:30 a.m. in the auditorium located at 1244 Blossom Street
Come see what's new in assistive technology and listen to presentations at this free and open event
Join 3 of Columbia's emerging companies and other entrepreneurs for a presentation and networking event
Register for a free webinar from EDUCAUSE where experts will review the emerging technologies highlighted in this year's Horizon Report
Join security experts and others for a 2-day conference in Pomona, California to learn about and discuss security and information privacy issues in higher education.
Get ready for POSSCON 2013, coming March 27th and 28th to downtown Columbia
Join the School of Library and Information Science for its Spring Colloquium on the topic of 3-D printing at USC
Register for a free 1-hour training session focusing on inserting sound, movies, smart art, notes, and other features in Powerpoint presentations
Join the Center for Digital Humanities as it Holds its First Digital Brown Bag Lunch Talk with Professor Joe November on March 20th
Participants will learn how to insert sound, insert movies, insert smart art, add notes, create a slide master, apply slide transitions, insert shapes and modify images. PowerPoint best practices will also be covered.
Register to attend the free seminar on identity theft to be held Wednesday, March 6th...
The MERLIN Flight Simulation Group will hold a seminar at Swearingen Engineering Center March 5th...
On Friday, March 1st, come hear Lev Manovich speak on "How to compare one million images? Visualizing patterns in art, games, comics, cinema, web, print, and user-generated content"...
Join the South Carolina Law Review for its 2013 symposium, "The Practice of Law in the 21st Century: The Intersection of Law & Technology"...
Join Dr. Barry Smyth From University College Dublin As He Discusses "The Sensor Web"...
Attend the Workshop Titled "Online Tools for Teaching" at the CTE on February 25th...
Visit CETi for the Start! Innovation Series: Funding Trends That Will Shape 2013
Students, professors, teachers and IT professionals are invited to look around and use various open and open source software and hardware technology.
Visit USC's College of Engineering and Computing during Feb. 17-23 for Daily Events and a K-12 Open House...
A completely online course running for 8 weeks from February to April.
For students interested in technical internships, co-ops and full-time positions...
Students interested in non-technical internships, co-ops and full-time positions...
Get ready for some amazing talks...TEDx is coming to Columbia!
Faculty and Instructors - UTS is hosting the BEST Institute classes January 10-11. Sign up and enhance your teaching!
Register for the free CTE webinar that will show how to make accessible documents with common Microsoft programs.
Educause's webinar will discuss security issues for mobile phones. This is part of a series of webinars offered during Data Privacy Month.
Come out to Tech After Five on December 5th to network with other IT professionals.
The Marcus Institute for Digital Education in the Arts will host a workshop Dec. 5-6 in Austin, Texas, to discuss the use of iPads in museums and other ways to use them.
The final webcast of this 3-part series from Apple focuses on how to use the iPad to build customized courses.
Learn about this 3 day event in Las Vegas December 3-6.
Register for the second of a 3-part webcast series from Apple that focuses on building an immersive course with the iPad.
A 3-day conference with 30 Gartner analysts addressing today's key applications issues.
Malcolm Brown, Andy Calkins, and George Siemens from EDUCAUSE will discuss issues such as open educational resources, 'big data' and analytics, and other issues facing Higher Education.