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With the start of the fall semester right around the corner, NIU Media Services will be providing training seminars on the use of the audiovisual equipment in Provost sponsored smart classrooms. Both new and returning instructors are encouraged to participate. The seminars will include information about any recent changes to the equipment in the rooms,...
A guided excursion of the NIU campus is now only a web click away. NIU’s Web Communications department, in collaboration with Enrollment Management and Admissions, launched a virtual tour Monday, June 18, complete with a friendly escort, panoramic images, videos, photos and an interactive map. The university’s Facebook page also offers an app that provides...
Kenlyn Bialas, Lincoln Fox, Brenda Jones and Kelly Stewart
Four members of NIU’s Operating Staff have been chosen to receive the Outstanding Service Award for 2012. The recipients are Kenlyn Bialas, office manager for ACCESS; Lincoln Fox, chief instructional media systems engineer in the Department of Media Services; Brenda Jones, office manager for the Department of Literacy Education in the College of Education; and...
NIU Huskies fans pose with the GoDaddy.com Bowl trophy
For those whose ears are still ringing with stadium-filling cheers of euphoria and Bill Baker’s breathless shouts of “Huskies win! Huskies win!” on the radio, Intercollegiate Athletics has some wonderful news. Season ticket sales for the 2012 football campaign begin next week! To celebrate, Athletics and University Relations are inviting all fans to pose for...
Media Services will offer training Monday, Jan. 9, in the audio-visual systems at Cole Hall. Cole 106 SCALE UP classroom: 10 a.m. to noon. Cole 100 auditorium: 1 to 3 p.m. These sessions are open to all faculty and will be conducted by Sound, Inc., the audiovisual subcontractor who built the rooms. NIU Media Services...
Photo of classroom with whiteboard technology
Media Services will offer training in January on using the audiovisual equipment in Provost-sponsored Smart Classrooms. Both new and returning instructors should benefit from these brief seminars. The seminars will include information about any recent changes to the equipment in the rooms. Wednesday, Jan. 11: from 8 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3...
NIU has completed the installation of two high-definition robotic cameras at Huskie Stadium, eliminating the hazardous use of aerial lifts and platforms for filming football practices. Aerial lifts have been used on college campuses to provide video support to coaches since the early 1990s. Following the 2010 death of Declan Sullivan, a University of Notre...
Photo of classroom with whiteboard technology
Media Services is offering training on using the audiovisual equipment in Provost-sponsored smart classrooms. Both new and returning instructors should benefit from these brief seminars. The seminars will include information about any recent changes to the equipment in the rooms. Wednesday, Aug. 17, Graham Hall 333, 8 a.m. to noon; DuSable Hall 348, 1 to...
$30 K Bequest
Cast and crew of “The $30,000 Bequest: The Movie” work on location in an 1880s-era house in Sycamore earlier this month. “Lights  . . . camera . . . action.” Those three words are ringing through NIU’s DeKalb campus by a production team of students and faculty members who are shooting the independent film “The...
Logo of the 2011 APEX Awards for Publication Excellence
Two new NIU publications produced by the Division of University Relations were singled out for excellence in the 2011 Awards for Publication Excellence competition. The APEX Awards are sponsored by Communications Concepts, a producer of newsletters and other resources for professionals who write, edit and manage business communications. They recognize excellence in graphic design, editorial...
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Violin and bow in hand, Katelyn Kozinski stood quietly and patiently Wednesday morning among microphones, video cameras and computer monitors inside the darkened Recital Hall. Promptly at 10 a.m., the May graduate of the NIU School of Music was bathed in light. The blurry images on the movie screen behind her sharpened into a clear,...
Paul Bauer speaks to an Internet2 audience about the School of Music's use of that technology.
NIU’s School of Music has been invited by Internet2 to provide a high-quality demonstration of an interactive video technology for an international conference in Barcelona, Spain. The  demonstration will take place from 10 to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 15, from the Music Building Recital Hall. All are welcome for a first-hand experience with technology that will play a...
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