LabArchives lab notebook software, which is currently being piloted by users at both the Ithaca and Weill Medical College campuses, will be upgraded on Sunday morning, April 4 to allow single sign-on (Shibboleth) capability.
If you are interested in trying LabArchives but don’t have an account, it’s not too late! You can create an account at http://labarchives.com. The pilot, which is being conducted by Academic Technologies and the Cornell Library, will last through June, at which time a determination will be made as to whether to pursue a site license. For more information, email email@example.com.
Two Academic Technology Centers are available on campus to help prepare or develop instructional technology resources for courses. Drop-in help is available at 124 CCC (9 – 5 Monday – Friday), and G27 Stimson (1-5 Monday – Friday).
The Academic Technology Centers not only provide access to computers, software, and multimedia equipment, but also help in using it through the Student Technology Assistant Program (STAP). Services provided by the student assistants include:
Assistance with preparing multimedia course content for classroom or web-based delivery
Assistance with classroom presentations (including PowerPoint presentations)
Audio and video services
Updating course web sites
Assistance with online surveys
Assistance with collaborative tools, including blogs and wikis
Scanning and digitizing
Convert your old visual material to a digital format, and make it easier to distribute and include in presentations.