In order to improve your TC experience, we need to hear your preferences, satisfaction and problems using technology at the College. Please take the Student Technology Survey 2012-2013 athttps://tccolumbia.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0O2db6ldJBdKnKl
Upon completion of the survey you will be entered in a RAFFLE for an iPad Mini if you enter your UNI in the requested field. The more completed surveys we receive the more iPads we will include in the raffle.
For up to 20% of the student population completing surveys we will award 2 iPad minis.
For each additional 20% completing surveys, we will include another iPad mini.
Wireless printing is now available in Everett Lounge using the GoPrint system. Simply follow the instructions attached to the printer for installing the printer onto your computer, and send your print jobs. Release the printouts via the GoPrint system by logging into MyTC and clicking the GoPrint link located under Computing and Technology in TC Bookmarks. For assistance with setting up wireless printing on your computer or printing via the GoPrint system, call or visit the Student Help Desk in 242 Horace Mann (212-678-3304).
The tech fellow will help faculty with their courses as well as prepare on-line and off line help documentation and give workshops to demonstrate how the platforms can be used effectively. This would be someone whose technology and communicative skills are strong, but more importantly, someone who is who is highly motivated to learn and work with state of the art systems and experiment with new technologies.
We are looking for an excellent communicator, a good collaborator, a quick independent learner, a reliable and flexible individual. Our goal is to maintain a cohort of students with advanced knowledge and expertise in technology who learn and work collaboratively as well as independently. We trust that by working with faculty, the tech fellow can identify and communicate effective pedagogy using new technologies, propose enhancements and improvements.
Time commitment is 17 hours a week, attendance to training and weekly meetings sessions is mandatory. There will be a stipend and tuition exemption associated with the position.
In order to be considered for this position you need to be a current student at TC and be available for at least 4 semesters. We encourage students from any department to apply.
If you are interested in the position please send cover letter and CV to Patrizia Magni firstname.lastname@example.org. Only applications sent from your TC Gmail address verified account will be considered.
Interviews will begin after July 4th.
Academic Computing Services
As of this Sunday evening all of your TC printing accounts will be adjusted to provide you with double-sided printing without any increase in cost to you. For example, if you have paid for 100 pages per week, you will now be able to print 200 sides per week if you are using double-sided printing. Thanks to your feedback, we became aware of the discrepancy between our service and Columbia’s. In our initial discussions with the Student Senate on printing, we had agreed to provide the same service that Columbia offers, and our administration is in full support of efforts to insure this happens.
We are trying to make the printing experience easy and effective using our new program, but we need to hear if you are experiencing some problems so we can improve this new system.
TC has adopted its own branded Gmail as the official College email for all faculty, staff, and students. Your new account is yourUNI@tc.columbia.edu. You need to ACTIVATE this account because, as of last month, all email from the course systems as well as Financial Aid, Student Accounts, Residential Services, Registrar and academic departments go to the TC Gmail address.
Here is how you do it.
This semester Teachers College is offering discount bulk pricing on printing.
More information on GOPRINT .Support can be obtained from the lab consultants or writing to email@example.com