Category Archives: Tech Skills

Readiness Survey Tool for Online Students

The Student Readiness Assessment is a self-assessment for students considering taking an online course. The assessment is divided into four sections, each relevant to student success, and provides pointed and specific feedback for review. Students do not need their pirate credentials to log in, they can simply take the assessment and receive immediate feedback.

Tech Skills III – New! Spring 2013

Tech Skills III for juniors focuses on technologies used for group projects.  These include: Wikis Audio and Video Conferencing Tools Brainstorming and Whiteboards Group Sites Social Bookmarking Presentation Tools For more information on Tech Skills III, please contact William Otskey. William Otskey Manager, Computer Training Services Teaching, Learning and Technology Center (973) 275-2161

Boosting Technology Skills

  Online self-paced courses focused on computer concepts particularly relevant for students are currently available.  Some of the topics include basic computer information, backing up files, organizing/managing files, laptop care, security topics (such as viruses, spyware and identity theft), copyright, networking principles, Netiquette, mobile technology and technology support resources on campus.  For more information on… Continue Reading »