Make the Grade Fridays at the Herman B Wells Library
From now through spring break, wrap up your week and find the finish line at IU Libraries 10am-4pm. Find your perfect study spot, get writing help, or drop in on research consultants, advisors, and the UITS help desk.
Then take a study break. There’s free food, table tennis, and yard games. Dogs, musicians, or massage therapists may show up.
Join UITS Research Technologies Visual and Data Labs for Out of This World, an evening of fun, engaging, and immersive space and astronomy–themed experiences. Space-themed snacks and beverages will be provided. All are welcome to attend.
When: Thursday, March 2, 5–8pm
Where: Cyberinfrastructure Building, IU Bloomington, 2709 E. Tenth Street, 47405
Call for proposals is now open for the June 2 Teach, Play, Learn conference at IU Kokomo.
The conference explores how games and play can aid learning by generating interest in new technologies, demonstrating the use of games in the classroom, and showcasing solutions for the design and implementation of games.
Bloomington instructors who use Open Educational Resources (OER) are eligible to apply for the Open Educators Award (except for Fellows in the Course Material Fellowship Program). Selection of the awardees will be based on cost savings and educational impact.
Nominate a colleague or yourself. Awardees will receive a monetary award along with recognition.
If you need additional storage in Google at IU Shared Drives (GSD), there is an option to purchase additional storage at $48 per year in 100 GB increments. GSD is approved for higher data classification levels than Google My Drive.