Spring 2014 Survey Winner

Professor Pei-Chia Chen receiving her iPad

Professor Pei-Chia Chen (right) and daughter (lower right) receiving her iPad from Michael Sullivan of ACMS (left) for completing the ACMS Spring 2014 Faculty Survey

Academic Computing & Media Services (ACMS) congratulates Pei-Chia Chen of the Chinese Studies Program on winning the Spring 2014 ACMS Faculty Survey drawing for an iPad Mini with Retina display. Professor Chen was randomly selected as the winner from 136 respondents.

ACMS’s quarterly survey gives UC San Diego faculty the opportunity to provide feedback regarding classroom media equipment and support resources, Ted (UC San Diego’s learning management system), podcastingclickers, and instructional support resources like computer labs. The data helps ensure ACMS deploys resources that best support faculty in their teaching.

The survey goes out to all faculty with courses scheduled in registrar-controlled classrooms.

Visit the Faculty section of the ACMS website for information about ACMS educational technology and support services.

Winter 2014 Survey Winner

Winter 2013 Carmen PulidoAcademic Computing & Media Services (ACMS) congratulates Professor Carmen Pulido of the Department of Psychiatry on winning the Winter 2014 ACMS Faculty Survey drawing for an iPad Mini with Retina display. Professor Pulido was randomly selected as the winner from 116 survey respondents.

ACMS’s quarterly survey gives UC San Diego faculty the opportunity to provide feedback regarding classroom media equipment and support resources, Ted (UC San Diego’s learning management system), podcastingclickers, and instructional support resources like computer labs. The data helps ensure ACMS deploys resources that best support faculty in their teaching.

ACMS sends the survey to all faculty with courses scheduled in registrar-controlled classrooms.

Visit the Faculty section of the ACMS website for information about ACMS educational technology and support services.

Spring & Fall Survey Winners

Professor Ken Anderson with his new iPad Mini

Professor Ken Anderson with his new iPad Mini

Congratulations to Professor Ken Anderson of the Department of Music! He was the winner of a brand new iPad Mini for filling out Academic Computing & Media Service’s (ACMS) quarterly faculty survey.

Professor Springer with Don Olliff and Craig Bentley

Professor Springer (center) with Don Olliff (left) and Craig Bentley (right) and her new iPad

We would also like to congratulate Professor Anna Joy Springer of the Department of Literature for winning the Spring 2013 Faculty Survey. Professor Springer received her iPad recently after being on sabbatical for Fall 2013.

A total of 116 faculty filled out the Spring 2013 survey with 115 faculty completing it in Fall 2013. The surveys covered a wide range subjects related to educational technology including classroom technology, instructional support resources such as computer labs, podcasting, speed and efficiency of support resources, and clickers. ACMS uses the data collected in the surveys to identify specific problems with classrooms or services. The survey also helps highlight where additional training resources or individual assistance would be useful.

ACMS sends the survey to all faculty with scheduled courses in registrar-controlled classrooms near the end of the quarter. The winner of the survey is selected at random. All faculty are encouraged to participate each quarter.

Winter 2013 Quarterly Faculty Survey Winner

Professor Emily Tang with Don Oliff and Jenn Mueller

Professor Emily Tang receives her new iPad with Retina display (From left to right: Don Olliff, ACMS; Professor Emily Tang, Economics; Jenn Mueller, ACMS)

Congratulations to Professor Emily Tang of the Economics department, winner of the Winter 2013 Faculty Survey! Professor Tang won a brand new iPad with Retina display for filling out Academic Computing & Media Service’s (ACMS) quarterly faculty survey.

This quarter 132 faculty gave ACMS their candid opinions on a wide range subjects related to educational technology. Topics included classroom technology, Ted (UC San Diego’s learning management system), instructional support resources such as computer labs, and clickers. ACMS uses this valuable feedback to make sure that we provide faculty with the resources that are most beneficial to them, as well as take action to address any issues that faculty bring to our attention.

ACMS sends its quarterly survey to all faculty with scheduled courses in registrar-controlled classrooms. The winner of the survey is selected at random. All faculty are encouraged to participate each quarter.