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  • Learning spaces
    and technology for large classes The room design uses a central teaching station connected to a very large video wall to create a highly motivating visual experience for students Physical Specification Seating Capacity 54 Lights Multi level Control No windows Whiteboard None Technical Specifications Data Projector Screen Side 10 foot wide Computer Windows PC Computer MAC Laptop Interface Plays Blu ray Discs Plays DVD Document Camera Wireless Microphone External AV Jacks Lecture Capture Digital Laptop Connection Wireless Network Access in room Active Network Jack From lecture to active learning Contact Information For more information about this room please contact Classroom Technology Services CTS by phone at 274 8400 4 8400 on campus or email ctsin iupui edu To Schedule this room please contact Classroom Scheduling at 274 1515 4 1515 on campus LE 104 Lecture Hall IUPUI LE 104 is a technology rich environment that fosters group collaboration and technology for large classes The room design uses a central teaching station connected to a very large video wall to create a highly motivating visual experience for students Collaboration Cafe Cedar Hall 102 Bloomington This flexible technology rich space is ideal for formal and informal learning Its high and low bistro style tables booths and soft sofa seating place an emphasis on interaction and student centered learning while its multiple projection systems and collaborative tables make information gathering and sharing a central part of the process Physical Specification Seating Capacity 49 Lights Banked Windows with Shades Whiteboard Front 6 foot wide Whiteboard Side 6 foot wide Room Notes NO overhead transparency projector Installed Eno Board Copy Cam and Blu ray player Technical Specifications Data Projector Screen Front 11 foot wide Computer Windows PC Computer MAC Laptop Interface Plays Blu ray Discs Plays DVD Plays VHS Tape Document Camera External AV Jacks Digital Laptop Connection Wireless Network Access in room Active Network Jack Contact Information For more information about this room please contact Classroom Technology Services CTS by phone at 855 8765 5 8765 on campus or email clastech indiana edu To Schedule this room please contact Classroom Scheduling at 855 2489 5 2489 on campus Collaboration Cafe Cedar Hall 102 Bloomington This flexible technology rich space is ideal for formal and informal learning Its high and low bistro style tables booths and soft sofa seating place an emphasis on interaction and student centered learning while its multiple projection systems and collaborative tables make information gathering and sharing a central part of the process Learn Labs Union Street Center IU Bloomington Learn Lab classrooms are geometrically configured to help instructors and students seamlessly move between lecture discussion and collaboration Triangular projection swivel seating and collaborative tables facilitate connections between students instructors and course materials Physical Specification Seating Capacity 60 Lights Banked No Windows Whiteboard Front 8 foot wide Whiteboard Corner 7 foot wide Whiteboard Side 12 foot wide Whiteboard Back 12 foot wide Room Notes NO overhead transparency projector Installed Eno Board Copy Cam and Blu ray Player Technical Specifications Data Projector

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  • Umail Privacy Policy | University Information Technology Services
    the scope of this notice Changes Because Internet technologies continue to evolve rapidly University Information Technology Services may make appropriate changes to this notice in the future Any such changes will be consistent with our commitment to respecting visitor privacy and will be clearly posted in a revised privacy notice Collection and Use Passive Automatic Collection When you view pages on our site the web server automatically collects certain technical information from your computer and about your connection including your IP address the domain name from which you visit our site the referring web site the date and time of visit the duration of visit your browser type Continued use of our web site indicates consent to the collection use and disclosure of this information as described in this notice This technical information is retained in detail indefinitely Active Manual Voluntary Collection We will not attempt to collect any information from you through the use of forms or other type of manual input Additional Information Related to Information Collection No attempt is made to associate address book search information to a person except in cases of service abuse Information Sharing We do not share any aggregate non personally identifiable information with other entities or organizations We do not share any personally identifiable information with other entities or organizations except when legally required to do so at the request of governmental authorities conducting an investigation to verify or enforce compliance with the policies governing our web site and applicable laws or to protect against misuse or unauthorized use of our web site Except as described above we will not share any information with any party for any reason Except as provided in the Disclosure of Information section below we do not attempt to use the technical information discussed in this section to identify individual visitors Cookies A cookie is a small data file that is written to your hard drive that contains information about your visit to a web page If you prefer not to receive cookies you may configure your browser not to accept them at all or to notify and require approval before accepting new cookies Some web pages sites may not function properly if the cookies are turned off or you may have to provide the same information each time you visit those pages In order to customize the information and services offered to you our site uses cookies to record session information such as items that visitors add to their shopping cart Children This site is not directed to children under 13 years of age does not sell products or services intended for purchase by children and does not knowingly collect or store any personal information even in aggregate about children under the age of 13 We encourage parents and teachers to be involved in children s Internet explorations It is particularly important for parents to guide their children when they are asked to provide personal information online Use of Third Party Services This website uses Google

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  • Publishers | IU eTexts
    up Wiekamp Hall DW 1245 Knowledge Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 812 941 2447 Email email helpdesk ius edu Walk up Support Center Front Desk US 212A Chat with the Support Center Search query Search all of UITS iu edu for services departments or workshops Explore UITS Email Software hardware Training Help support Computers printing UITS departments IU eTexts Home Publishers About Benefits Resources Home Publishers About Benefits Resources Publishers UITS Home IU eTexts Publishers IU faculty members and instructors have access to digital materials from more than 20 higher ed publishers IU eTexts provides digital materials via direct contractual relationships with publishers who offer discounts or preferred below market pricing IU eTexts publishers UITS will continue to add new publisher partners based on faculty requests If you do not see a preferred publisher listed email etexthlp iu edu to request that UITS contact them It will be helpful if you provide details of the previous titles you have used within the last few terms as well as in which classes you have used them You may also encourage your publisher contacts to email etexthlp iu edu to discuss offering their titles via IU eTexts In addition to the materials from the publishers listed below IU eTexts can also present open source or faculty produced materials see Adopting open source or faculty produced IU eTexts Capsim Cengage Learning Flat World Knowledge Harvard Business School Publishing Helios Digital Learning HEC Montreal International Society of Automation IU Press Jones Bartlett Learning Macmillan McGraw Hill Pearson Responsive Learning Technologies Sagamore Publishing Sage SED IT SimProfessionals Taylor and Francis Group WDI Publishing formerly GlobaLens West Academic Wiley W W Norton Co Related documents Searching the IU eTexts Catalog Adopting IU eTexts as an IU eTexts Coordinator Adopting IU eTexts as an IU

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  • About | IU eTexts
    Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 219 981 4357 Email email iunhelp iun edu Walk up Hawthorn Hall 108 Knowledge Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 574 520 5555 Email email ihelpdesk iusb edu Walk up Wiekamp Hall DW 1245 Knowledge Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 812 941 2447 Email email helpdesk ius edu Walk up Support Center Front Desk US 212A Chat with the Support Center Search query Search all of UITS iu edu for services departments or workshops Explore UITS Email Software hardware Training Help support Computers printing UITS departments IU eTexts Home Publishers About Benefits Resources Home Publishers About Benefits Resources About UITS Home IU eTexts About You might think of eTexts as facsimiles of paper textbooks At IU they represent multiple forms of digital learning materials that enhance both traditional and flipped classroom environments What is Engage IU eTexts are powered by the Engage e reading platform which integrates with the Canvas and Oncourse learning management systems to provide access to course materials via any device Additional benefits include Immediate availability of all course materials Access to all eTexts for the duration of a student s enrollment On demand printing options Real time learner analytics Instructor contextual guidance through annotations Collaborative tools that turn passive reading into an active process Knowing the objectives In 2010 IU launched the eTexts initiative as a pilot program with four objectives Driving down costs of digital materials for students Giving faculty access to high quality materials of choice Developing new tools for teaching and learning Shaping the terms of eTexts models Support Location Bloomington Indianapolis East Columbus Kokomo Northwest South Bend Southeast How do we know We used your IP address to guess your location If we got it wrong please change your campus here for

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  • Benefits | IU eTexts
    Search query Search all of UITS iu edu for services departments or workshops Explore UITS Email Software hardware Training Help support Computers printing UITS departments IU eTexts Home Publishers About Benefits Resources Home Publishers About Benefits Resources Benefits UITS Home IU eTexts Benefits IU eTexts allow students and faculty members to access digital course materials anytime anywhere with any device and at a lower cost Through the IU eText program participating faculty have enabled IU students to access their required eTexts before the first day of class with a cumulative savings of more than 14 5 million off of retail prices since summer 2011 Brad Wheeler IU vice president for IT and CIO discussed the university s strategy to address these costs in The Chronicle of Higher Education s Fixing the high price of textbooks But lower priced course materials aren t the only benefit to IU s eText program Faculty benefits Use real time analytics to develop new teaching methods Share notes with students Incorporate multimedia materials into courses Integrate links and annotations into study materials Student benefits Collaborate with study groups View multimedia Highlight tag and annotate text Print pages and chapters directly from Engage Access to all eTexts while enrolled at IU A recent case study on IU s eTexts initiative showed that when instructors engage with eTexts so do their students To learn how to integrate eTexts into your course contact your campus teaching and learning center or email the IU eTexts team Fixing the high price of textbooks By Brad Wheeler The economics of college textbooks are structurally flawed and are failing students authors professors and publishers While it seems counterintuitive the path to digital learning materials such as e textbooks will likely increase rather than reduce students costs because current models of printed textbook

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  • Resources | IU eTexts
    Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 219 981 4357 Email email iunhelp iun edu Walk up Hawthorn Hall 108 Knowledge Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 574 520 5555 Email email ihelpdesk iusb edu Walk up Wiekamp Hall DW 1245 Knowledge Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 812 941 2447 Email email helpdesk ius edu Walk up Support Center Front Desk US 212A Chat with the Support Center Search query Search all of UITS iu edu for services departments or workshops Explore UITS Email Software hardware Training Help support Computers printing UITS departments IU eTexts Home Publishers About Benefits Resources Home Publishers About Benefits Resources Resources UITS Home IU eTexts Resources The IU Knowledge Base contains a wealth of answers to your questions about IU eTexts Add eTexts to your course Contact your campus teaching and learning center or email the IU eTexts team to learn how to integrate eTexts into your course IU eTexts On this page About IU eTexts Searching for and adopting IU eTexts About IU eTexts Student benefits of IU eTexts Faculty benefits of IU eTexts eTexts vs Digital Learning Tools DLTs Using Engage to read IU eTexts Troubleshooting Engage IU eTexts In Canvas how do I add Engage IU eTexts to my course Searching for and adopting IU eTexts IU eTexts publishers Searching the IU eTexts Catalog Adopting IU eTexts as an IU faculty member Adopting IU eTexts as an IU eTexts Coordinator Adopting open source or faculty produced IU eTexts Tracking an IU eTexts eDoc Troubleshooting the IU eTexts adoption workflow IU eTexts eDoc approval setup Support Location Bloomington Indianapolis East Columbus Kokomo Northwest South Bend Southeast How do we know We used your IP address to guess your location If we got it wrong please change your campus here for

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  • Events | Mosaic
    call 574 520 5555 Email email ihelpdesk iusb edu Walk up Wiekamp Hall DW 1245 Knowledge Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 812 941 2447 Email email helpdesk ius edu Walk up Support Center Front Desk US 212A Chat with the Support Center Search query Search all of UITS iu edu for services departments or workshops Explore UITS Email Software hardware Training Help support Computers printing UITS departments About Events Research Fellows program Current Fellows Request a classroom About Events Research Fellows program Current Fellows Request a classroom Events UITS Home Mosaic Events The Mosiac Initiative hosts workshops faculty forums and speaker events at multiple campuses To learn more explore our events page Upcoming events Mosaic Workshop GISB Classroom Orientation May 12 9 00 11 00am Global and International Studies Building 1118 Bloomington campus Global and International Studies Building GISB classrooms are flexible classrooms built for pedagogies that encourage student collaboration and engagement In this GISB classroom orientation participants will receive a brief tour of the room s affordances and explore several of them through hands on activities Participants will also discover more about the white board walls configurable furniture and technology rich environment that instructors can leverage for interactive lectures a wide variety of student learning activities and assessments and student collaboration and sharing In the last hour we will provide stations for instructors to visit for more in depth exploration and questions Register Past events Mosaic Faculty Forum for the Global and International Studies Building April 8 1 2 30pm Global and International Studies Building 1118 Bloomington campus During the Mosaic Faculty Forum instructors were able to let room designers know what they liked about teaching in GISB classrooms what challenges they experienced in the spaces and what they wished they could change about the rooms Instructors

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  • Research | Mosaic
    Hall DW 1245 Knowledge Base visit kb iu edu Phone call 812 941 2447 Email email helpdesk ius edu Walk up Support Center Front Desk US 212A Chat with the Support Center Search query Search all of UITS iu edu for services departments or workshops Explore UITS Email Software hardware Training Help support Computers printing UITS departments About Events Research Fellows program Current Fellows Request a classroom About Events Research Fellows program Current Fellows Request a classroom Research UITS Home Mosaic Research Gain insight into the research on active learning pedagogies and learning space design that has shaped the Mosaic initiative For more information To learn more about the research on Mosaic classrooms please contact Tracey Birdwell Ph D Principal Instructional Technology Consultant Indiana University mosaic iu edu Did you find this page helpful Yes No Designing developing Mosaic Research drives the Mosaic initiative One primary influence behind its theory and pedagogy was Designing the next generation places of learning Collaboration at the pedagogy space technology nexus Radcliffe Wilson Powell Tibbetts 2008 In this work the authors encouraged critical and holistic consideration of the pedagogical technological and physical aspects of teaching and learning spaces and their interactions Their pedagogy space technology framework illustrated below informed Mosaic s creation and design IU publications Morrone A S Ouimet J A Siering G Arthur I T 2014 Coffeehouse as classroom Examination of a new style of active learning environment New Directions for Teaching and Learning 2014 137 41 51 The article discusses the Collaboration Café at IU Bloomington which provides faculty and students with a flexible technology rich collaborative environment Selected articles The following lend insight into the research behind active learning pedagogies and learning space design Baepler P Walker J D Driessen M 2014 It s not about seat time Blending flipping

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