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Academics and Lectures
Today's JagNews will be the last weekly issue of the publication for the school year. Beginning today, JagNews is transitioning to a monthly publication for the summer months. The next dates of publication are:
Beginning Aug. 19, JagNews will return to a weekly publishing schedule. If you want to include a submission in JagNews, it must be received at least 48 hours before the issue publishes.
If have decided to apply to graduate school, come to Graduate School Boot Camp to master the application process. Boot Camp will be held on July 10 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the IUPUI University Library. Graduate admissions experts will cover personal statements, letters of recommendation, entrance exam prep and LinkedIn. A draft of your personal statement must be submitted prior to the event. Registration is required.
Date: Friday, Jul. 10
Start Time: 10:30 a.m.
Location: IUPUI University Library
The Campus Center will be closed Saturday, May 23 through Monday, May 25 for the Memorial Day weekend.
The Campus Center will re-open on Tuesday, May 26 at 7 a.m.
Employee parking permits for the 2015-16 academic year will go on sale Monday, June 1. Your existing permit will expire on June 30 so order early! For more information, please see our website.
Want to know what SPEA IUPUI alumni are up to? Follow @spea_indy and #LifeAfterSPEA this summer on Instagram to get a glimpse of the places where SPEA grads are making a difference.
From working on the front lines of civic education to spearheading a local bike-sharing program, SPEA graduates are making positive changes in their communities, their states, their countries and the world.
Bring a friend and enjoy the freshest produce on campus! The IUPUI Fresh Produce Market is Thursday, May 21, 11:00am-2:00pm in the 1st floor Campus Center Cafeteria. Chef will serving up a delicious Strawberry Fields Salad for lunch. Swing by and stock up on a wide variety of fruits and vegetables!
Date: Thursday, May. 21
Start Time: 11 a.m.
Location: Campus Center, 1st Floor Food Court
For years, the first step to getting online was registering your device’s MAC address on the network via Get Connected or IU’s DHCP service.
As of May 10, MAC registration is no longer required. Instead, users can select "IU StartHere" from the list of available Wi-Fi networks and run the new IU Secure Setup Tool. The program will quickly configure a new user profile and automatically connect the device to IU Secure.
Note: IU Secure Setup Tool is also available via IUware.
The Graduate Student Writing Group allows for students to set aside a specific time to work on their various writing projects such as term papers, theses, dissertations, grants and publications. We also provide students with opportunities for goal setting and accountability. By setting aside two hours during the week to write, receive feedback and participate in skill building activities with peers, the writing group can help relieve some of the stress of graduate school.
From: Tuesday, May. 19 to Tuesday, Aug. 4
Start Time: 3 p.m.
Location: UL 1170
This workshop will introduce faculty and staff to the QM Rubric and Process, sharing best practices for online course design. The QM Rubric is a research-based set of standards that can be used during the course design process. The QM Process is a peer review process that eventually will review many IU Online courses, with the goal of achieving QM Recognition for mature online courses in the near future.
Date: Friday, May. 29
Start Time: 9 a.m.
Location: Campus Center 306
This 1.5 hour face-to-face workshop webinar will introduce you to CourseNetworking (or the CN), a social learning platform that is designed to enhance student engagement and connect them with other learners studying similar subjects worldwide. Features that support social learning and global learning (posts, polls, Social Portfolio, Anar Seed Reward System, Global Classmates, engagement analytics, the CN mobile app, etc.) will be demonstrated.
Date: Thursday, Jun. 11
Start Time: 10 a.m.
Location: UL 1130
As competition for external funding becomes more challenging, getting one’s scholarly work successfully published is more important than ever. Gopen’s approach is based on a single idea: learning to write for the reader allows the writer to control what readers learn.
This year Gopen will present this workshop on Tuesday, July 28. If you are planning to attend the advanced workshop on Wednesday, July 29 you MUST attend this workshop or have attended one in the years prior.
Date: Tuesday, Jul. 28
Start Time: 8 a.m.
Location: Walther Hall 203/205
Faculty are encouraged to drop in any time during these hours and receive assistance moving their Oncourse content to Canvas. As Oncourse now has a complete set of migration tools available, this is an excellent time to make the move to Canvas. Specifically, faculty will be able to migrate Assignments, Tests and Surveys, Forums, Resources (except URLs), and Modules and Lessons over to a practice site in Canvas.
Date: Wednesday, May. 20
Start Time: 9 a.m.
Location: University Library 1125