/prototype.js/validation.js/effects.js /robots.txt
CET Computer Lab

About the CET

The Center for Excellence in Teaching was established in late 2001 to serve college-wide faculty pedagogical interests and needs. It provides instructional support to faculty as they work to innovate teaching methodologies. The CET also facilitates the integration of technology into the curriculum and fosters conversations among faculty about effective teaching and learning. The CET PowerPoint offers an informative overview.

Goals and Objectives of the Faculty Development Program, including the CET and Teaching Institute

1. Promote excellence in teaching
2. Promote student-centeredness in teaching
3. Increase faculty use of technology in teaching
4. Foster faculty professional growth
5. Recognize faculty excellence

Facilities

  • 7 Mac Workstations with 22" flat screen monitors
  • 6 PC Workstations with 19" flat screen monitors
  • 8 Wacom Intuos2 4"x5" tablets
  • 1 Wacom Cintiq 21UX 21" tablet
  • 2 large format (12"x17") flatbed scanners
  • 2 document scanners
  • 2 film/slide scanner
  • Digital projection

Usage Policy

The CET provides FIT faculty with equipment, expertise and support for their pedagogical interests and needs. The Center may be used for these academic purposes only.

Center Access

The Center is available to faculty members 24/7. Users must have a current FIT faculty card that has been activated by Security to operate the front door. Please go to the Security Office on the 4th floor to have your card activated for this purpose.

Equipment Access

Workstation seats are available on a first come, first serve basis. Usage of the video workstation can be reserved ahead of time. Contact the CET coordinator, 7-4063, to reserve this equipment.

Storage Policy

The Centerís computers cannot store any usersí files except during work sessions. Machines are rebuilt every evening and any files saved to the local hard drive are deleted. Users may store their work on their own CD/DVD media, USB drives or personal local network storage area or on FIT's Xythos Webfiles (http://webfiles.fitnyc.edu).

General Policies

The CET is not able to lend equipment or manuals. We ask that faculty not remove any lab references or manuals from the Center's premises. Please be aware that at the Center, as elsewhere, duplication of commercial CDs is illegal and not permitted. Similarly, copying of proprietary software is illegal and not permitted.

Food and drink are not generally allowed in the CET in order to preserve equipment and maintain a hygienic environment.

 

 

 

CET Annual Reports

CET Annual Surveys

CETAdvisoryBoard

 

The CET Advisory Board was established in January, 2014, and its first meeting was held at FIT on January 16, 2014. This effort seeks to bring together directors of regional teaching and learning centers †in order share best practices and improve upon existing programs.

Founding members include:

 

  • Elaine Maldonado, director, CET, FIT/SUNY
  • Jeffrey Riman, coordinator, CET, FIT/SUNY
  • Patricia Aceves, director of Faculty Center, Stonybrook/SUNY
  • Eva Fernandez, director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Queens College-CUNY
  • Julia Jordan, director, Faculty Commons, Citytech/CUNY

 

 

 

 

CET Analytics
FIT LibraryThe Museum at FIT
See More of FITMy FITContact UsGive to FITTake a CourseApplyVisit FIT Adult Learners & Career ProfessionalsEmployers & IndustryAlumni: The Power of ConnectionFaculty & StaffCurrent StudentsParentsRecently Accepted Students FIT & NYCNews & EventsAthletics & RecreationCampus LifeAdmissionsAcademicsAbout FIT
MyFIT Home