Tag: technology

Reminder: Free STEAM Engine VII at the Neville Museum this Wednesday, Nov. 14

The STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) Engine VII event at the Neville Museum will be taking on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. The STEAM Engine is an interactive event held at the Neville Museum that features speakers with exciting projects, new business ventures […]

Free STEAM Engine event to take place at Neville Museum on Wednesday, Nov. 14

The STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics) Engine VII event at the Neville Museum will be taking on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at 6 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. The STEAM Engine is an interactive event held at the Neville Museum that features speakers with exciting projects, new business ventures […]

Foxconn launches ‘Smart Cities – Smart Futures’ competition

Foxconn Technology Group encourages faculty, staff and students in Wisconsin’s universities to participate in its “Smart Cities – Smart Future” initiative. The state-wide competition enables talent across the state to make use of opportunities presented by Wisconsin’s technological innovation. The company is committing to $1 million in prize money over three years, which is aimed […]

WEDC CEO Mark Hogan says Foxconn, TitletownTech will attract young talent

Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation CEO Mark Hogan feels good about Wisconsin’s technological development. In addition to Foxconn partnerships, Hogan acknowledges more opportunities in the region, such as TitletownTech, a partnership between Microsoft, the Packers and UW-Green Bay. “What the Packers and Microsoft are doing at Titletown, what’s happening in Milwaukee and Madison, is changing the culture,” […]

TitletownTech wants to keep young professionals close to home

TitletownTech, a partnership between Microsoft, the Green Bay Packers and UW-Green Bay, attempts to attract and keep young talent in Green Bay. The facility will include a venture studio, innovation lab and a tech fund. Director of Microsoft Tech Spark Mike Egan says the purpose of TitletownTech is to spur up the economy. See the full […]

Marketing begins for app developed by Herdman, Gallagher-Lepak

Leveraging technology to make patient assessments more efficient and effective is the driving force behind the development of a new nursing clinical decision support e-tool, developed by T. Heather Herdman and Susan Gallagher-Lepak of the UW-Green Bay Nursing faculty in conjunction with NANDA International (NANDA-I), an association of nursing professionals that develops, refines and publishes […]

Bukralia is co-author of ‘Academic Analytics’ chapter, quoted in CIO

Rajeev Bukralia, director of data science outreach and a lecturer in computer science for UW-Green Bay, is co-author of a chapter in the book Reshaping Society Through Analytics, Collaboration, and Decision Support, which is volume 18 in the Annals of Information Systems series published by Springer. The title of the chapter is “Using Academic Analytics […]

UW System grant program targeting accessible technology has May 1 deadline

The UW System’s Learning Technology Development Council (LTDC) has received project funding to strategically address universal design and accessibility for persons with disabilities in relation to learning technology. How might you approach a project to address accessibility of course materials, showcase your campus best practices, or create and incorporate guidelines and policies around accessible technology issues […]

Theyerl: Lynda.com training getting popular


In the past three months, UW-Green Bay students, faculty, and staff have accessed more than 200 different video tutorial courses offered on Lynda.com. Technology training coordinator Patricia Theyerl of CIT says courses being explored are varied, including Camtasia Studio 8, Body Language for Leaders, Budgeting Video Projects, Creating a Responsive Web Design, Designing a Digital […]

ATS has 10 fun ways to use clickers… and templates

Classroom response systems (“clickers” or TurningPoint on campus) can be used to help keep a classroom engaged during lecture. To keep things interesting for students who use them, Academic Technology Services offers instructors a new “Top Ten List” of alternatives to potentially passé multiple choice and true-false questions. They’ve also made PowerPoint templates for several […]