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Nursing faculty and students implement Passport badges to measure learning, achievement
To help students connect what they learn clinically and what’s happening in the health care industry, as well as illustrate the students’ achievements for potential employers, two professors and three students from Purdue’s School of Nursing partnered with ITaP to create and implement a set of badges in ITaP’s Passport app.
Purdue student supercomputing team heads to China for international competition
A Purdue student supercomputing team is headed to China in April for an international competition, the first time Purdue has sent a team to the Asian version of the student supercomputing challenge. Purdue’s team, sponsored by ITaP, is the only one from the U.S.
Round-the-world sound recording project for Earth Day gets help from ITaP
A Purdue researcher’s project to record and create a library of sounds from around the world on Earth Day features a mobile application developed by ITaP’s Envision Center to help with the sound collection effort. The IT Infrastructure Services and IT Application Services groups from ITaP also have been integral to the project.
Online video library gives calculus students a resource to turn to anytime, anywhere
By leveraging a few ITaP-supported technologies, Ben Wiles of the Department of Mathematics created a library of instructional videos for calculus students who want to see example problems.
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