Apple will release the latest version of its mobile operating system in Fall 2018. Check out the new features and settings that will be coming to your iPad soon. Read more
WCET is pleased to announce California, State University Northridge as one of the recipients of the 2016 WCET Outstanding Work award. Read more about WCET's WOW Award.
CSUN is proud to announce the launch of the new Nematode Classification app in Apple's App Store. Created by CSUN's faculty and students, this app is available to download for free. Read more about the Nematode Classification App.
CSUN's app development team of student and staff designers has worked with faculty in the Department of Biology to develop two new iPad apps for tablet courses. Elite Gene Team and Tree of Life: Explore are available now on Apple's App Store. Read more about these iPad apps.
myCSUNtablet received the Jolene Koester Team Award at the 2015 Staff Service Awards. The award recognizes campus projects or programs that best represent the university's values, promote cross-departmental collaboration within the university, and achieve distinctive results to meet the university's goals. Read more about myCSUNtablet at the staff service awards.
Get ready to start hearing more and more about mLearning, or mobile learning, which allows instructors and students to use mobile tools such as smartphones, tablet and wearable watches in their teaching and learning. We are curious how you think mLearning might impact your teaching as more an more students bring their own devices to college? Read more about the mLearning movement.
Professor David Blumenkrantz and his documentary photo journalism students relate the experience of creating “Displaced,” an iBook focusing on urban homelessness. In the class project, the CSUN students investigate the causes, symptoms, personal stories and solutions of homelessness and urban poverty in the Los Angeles area. Read more about the iBook this journalism class created.
California State University, Northridge has always pursued the future of learning. That is one reason why CSUN launched its myCSUNtablet initiative in 2013. CSUN President Dianne F. Harrison is pleased to announce that the initiative has been named an Apple Distinguished Program. The designation is reserved for schools and campuses that demonstrate visionary leadership, innovative teaching and learning, ongoing professional learning, and flexible learning environments. Read more about myCSUNtablet and the Apple Distinguished Program.
CSUN's eText initiative provides students with electronically published works written by CSUN professors available for classroom learning. Read more about the eText initiative.
eTexts created by Professor Aimie Kachingwe have transformed the learning process for her Physical Therapy doctoral students at CSU Northridge. Read more about eTexts.