The new Charlton College of Business Learning Pavilion is implementing the first computer lab running 100 thin clients as part of the CITS Virtual Desktop Initiative (VDI).
The College of Nursing is implementing an iPad initiative that will launch alongside their Accelerated BS in Nursing Degree Program for fall 2016. Nursing faculty and students are using iPads in their courses for communication, grading, and administering secure course tests using ExamSoft.
UMass Dartmouth’s new flexible learning spaces, the Language Learning and Multimedia Center and the new Charlton College of Business Learning Pavilion offer multiple, flexible technology enhanced learning spaces designed to support flexible models of teaching and learning.
IDEAStudio is a collaborative venture between the College of Engineering and the College of Visual and Performing Arts, sponsored by Chip Hildreth (electrical engineering, ’85) and Susan Hall (art education, ’85).
The studio is a digital/multimedia space consisting of multiple computers with CAD programs, a 3D Scanner, a 3D printer, a laser engraver, and a full-length green screen wall for motion capture animation. Equipment is available to all UMASS Dartmouth faculty and students with current IDs.
At the Hall-Hilldreth IDEAStudio, students can
- Rapidly prototype a design
- Access animation and design software packages such as
- Photoshop Creative Suite
- Mock-up a team project
- Explore working with new materials
- Collaborate with students and faculty from another college or department
- Work on advanced and capstone projects