Welcome to Techstarter
Techstarter is the place to champion new and emerging technologies. You can suggest things to explore, like others’ ideas, and provide resources and comments. Suggestions that gather significant support will be assigned to a cross-departmental investigation team for further research and experimentation. Findings will be reported back to the University Community and appropriate technologies will be considered for integration into University systems and/or more localized support.
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The ideas and comments on this site come from individuals and may not necessarily reflect the opinions and direction of their respective colleges, departments, or units.
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This proposal requests funding to equip the Center for Communication Excellence (CCE) with new computers to better facilitate more free consultations on academic and professional communication.
Agricultural mechanics has been identified as an excellent venue to enhance STEM education. Students enrolled in AGEDS 388 & 488 has the opportunity to utilize experiential learning through hands-on applications. This proposal is requesting the addition o
Additional HD screens in studios will enable the integration of new media content into studio teaching and provide continued support for digital technology pedagogy and the reduction of student printing costs.
Upgrade Carver 250 from a standard computer lab to meet the needs of an ELO testing center.
These new computers will enhance the learning abilities of students taking classes in the GIS teaching lab in Durham.
This proposal is to make Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Makey Makey electronic hardware kits available for checkout through Parks Library.
Popular in Pilot/Review
Upgrade of KURE Production studio equipment.
The ISU University Museums’ Permanent Collection ranges from modern to ancient art, and includes a variety of different artists, media and styles. These objects are collected, cared for and interpreted for the cultural and educational benefit of the Uni
A weather forecasting exercise that automatically grades by collecting 24-hour weather data from Unidata