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Overleaf Professional now available to the ASU research community!

The Knowledge Enterprise at Arizona State University with W. P. Carey School of Business, the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences are providing Overleaf Professional for all faculty, students and staff who would like to use a collaborative, online LaTeX editor for their projects.

Support people affected by the recent earthquakes in Turkey and Syria

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Feb. 6 and thousands of aftershocks have devastated communities in Turkey and Syria. Consider supporting reputable international organizations providing humanitarian aid and emergency relief within the two countries. As with all charitable giving, use caution.

Learn about the educational resources offered by Research Computing

Research Computing offers a wide variety of educational resources including virtual or in-person workshops and training sessions, hosted virtual “office hours,” online training materials and user documentation. Below are some examples of the training provided to the community.

Supercharge your research at this workshop, Jan. 5

By the end of this short presentation, you will learn about what a supercomputer is and how you might be able to use this powerful resource to supercharge your research! Bring your questions and curiosity for this all-level, inclusive workshop!

Spotlight on Teaching and Learning

Spotlight on Teaching and Learning: Academic Innovator Steve Millman’s logic tutor and flipped classes

Steve Millman, a professor of practice in the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering, programmed his own software for his CSE/EEE 120 Digital Design Fundamentals class that randomly generates practice problems and gives students instant feedback. Steve also flipped his courses so students watch lecture videos before coming to class and he now spends class time on hands-on activities and group quizzes.