The TEC Hybrid Teaching Station is designed for virtually linked classes using Zoom, where some participants are in-person and others remote. One display is intended to show a presentation or view of the classroom, and the other a view of each participant.
Production: A centralized location for Pratt Institute’s Production labs, capabilities, and protocols. Including basic machine information, tooling options, facility locations, hours of operation, submission links and all other pertinent information regarding output and production.
Podcasting at Pratt: check out the guides for creating audio/visual materials for your classes, with specific information about resources available through Pratt.
Software and Online Research Resources
LaunchPad: LaunchPad provides access to a cloud-based application streaming service (AWS Appstream) enabling Pratt students, faculty and staff to access software typically found in Pratt’s computer lab via a web browser. This is the recommended method for remotely accessing software that is computationally intensive.
Pratt LibGuides with detailed information about OER processes, JSTOR, and more research methods.
Peter DeStaebler from HAD joins us to talk about his 2021 CTL Fellows project, ReThinking the HAD Survey. Please register in advance for this meeting: https://pratt.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAkdu2grz0uGt1fWYqduCKd_tPryJ68wU5x
Thursday, October 14, join the CEI for a Pratt Community Dialogue: What Is Critical Race Theory? from 12:00 to 1:00 PM ET to discuss how recent controversies around the topic impact the educational landscape.For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 14, join a Pratt Community Dialogue: What Is Critical Race Theory? 12:00 to 1:00 PM. Sponsored by the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Center for Equity & Inclusion, Communications & Marketing, and the Accessibility Advisory Committee. email@example.com