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THE ITHACAN

Editorial: On-campus programming is key to a more innovative campus community

Editorial: On-campus programming is key to a more innovative campus community

By The Ithacan March 20, 2024
College should be a center for education and innovation. While this happens inside classrooms, learning has the potential to be limitless when there is an investment in relevant, accessible and large-scale programming.
Ed Tech Day was originally canceled in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This will be the 30th Ed Tech Day since the event was founded in 1991.

Ithaca College hosts regional conference for educational technology after four years

By Kai Lincke, Staff Writer March 19, 2024
The Ithaca College Division of Information Technology will host Educational Technology Day for the first time since 2019 on March 21. The regional conference will feature the latest advances in technology resources and services for primary, secondary and higher education. 
Ed Tech Day showcases new classroom technology

Ed Tech Day showcases new classroom technology

March 24, 2017
On March 23, Ithaca College hosted the annual Ed Tech Day. The event showcased a wide variety of new technology in the education field.
Students for Labor Action hang a banner outside of Emerson Suites in support of contingent faculty who are planning to strike March 28 and 29.

Students for Labor Action hang banner in support of union

March 23, 2017
Students for Labor Action hung a banner outside of Emerson Suites which was hosting Ed Tech Day March 23.
Students and members of the campus community attended the 25th annual Educational Technology Day on March 19, 2015. The free event generally brings in over 1,000 visitors from the area annually.

Ithaca College Educational Technology Day showcases innovation

By Joe Cruz, Contributing Writer March 23, 2016
Among the featured speakers is robotics activist and quadriplegic Henry Evans. He will make a digital appearance from his home in Palo Alto, California, through the use of Suitable Technologies’ BeamPro Smart Telepresence System — a new robotic video conferencing tool.
From left, sophomore Shannon Samaris; Xanthe Matychak, environmental studies and science lecturer; and sophomore Kaylee Warner work together on a project during class at the Ithaca Generator.

Bright Idea: Ithaca Generator fosters students’ creativity

By Evin Billington, Senior Writer March 2, 2016
This is the first indication that the building houses the Ithaca Generator, a makerspace and collective that offers makers of all backgrounds the space, tools and community to create.
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