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2012
NJIT's Continuing Professional Education (CPE) will offer an Information Session for their iPhone and iPad Application Development and Android Application Development online non-credit classes on March 3, 10 a.m-12 noon in the College of Architecture and Design, Weston Hall Gallery. >>
2011
Learn how to build mobile applications for the Google Android Mobile platform in NJIT's Android OS Application Development Course; classes begin Jan. 18, 2012.  >>
NJIT is offering a noncredit, 100 percent online Android OS Application Development Course for entrepreneurs and anyone who is interested in learning how to build mobile applications for the Google Android Mobile platform. >>
Learn about NJIT's professional development training programs, non-credit classes, Weekend University, online learning, and more at the Continuing Professional Education Open House on July 14, 5-7:30 p.m. in Fenster Hall, Rm. 100. >>
NJIT has developed a series of short and affordable continuing education courses for Professional Engineers (PE) to help them comply with existing regulations in New York State and anticipated in New Jersey.  >>
2010
Want to learn more about creating and deploying the world's fastest growing mobile operating system? >>
Adult learners looking to start or re-start meaningful 21st century careers will not want to miss NJIT's upcoming open house July 15 from 5-7:30 p.m. (EST). Geared to busy adults, the open house will feature and demonstrate specially selected NJIT academic and training programs structured for weekend learning and/or online learning. The event will take place in Fenster Hall, room 100, on the NJIT campus.  >>
Think NJIT when it's time to brush up on certification skills. Four non-credit courses in iPhone application development, underground storage tank regulations, online pen Source Unix certification, and Solar Panel Installations will be available from NJIT starting as early as June and throughout the summer. Each course is open to the general public and will help state residents gain skills to seek and keep jobs.  >>
Free college courses ranging in content from English literature to quantum physics are now available on-line through a consortium started by MIT several years ago known as The Open Courseware Consortium. NJIT has recently been named a member of what has become a worldwide organization. >>
Free college courses ranging in content from English literature to quantum physics are now available on-line through a consortium started by MIT several years ago known as The Open Courseware Consortium.   >>
2009
If you have an idea for an iPhone application, but don't know how to make it happen, here's your chance. NJIT will again offer an online iPhone application development non-credit course. >>
Have an idea for an iPhone application, but don't know how to make it happen or can't afford to take a course?  NJIT will offer free tuition for an online iPhone application development non-credit course. The 10-week online course will begin Oct. 19, 2009. An NJIT instructor will teach it and students who successfully complete it will receive three continuing education units from NJIT. >>
Nine lucky NJIT students are testing one of the nation's first application development courses for the Apple iPhone. The upper-level course, taught by Director of University Web Services Jim Robertson, illustrates how to develop applications for the popular iPhone. >>
2008
The NJIT Department of Humanities Communication and Media Program will host a screening of representative works by students enrolled in the Video Narrative course this semester on Dec. 8, 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m in Cullimore Hall Room 411. The event concludes the Department of Humanities Videography Den Fall 2008 series of student-faculty produced video screenings. For more information, e-mail Christopher Funkhouser.   >>
The most popular distance-learning classes offered at NJIT— from calculus to web-based training design—are now available on line at itunes.njit.edu. The classes, which are free and open to all, are part of the continuing Open Courseware Initiative for NJIT's iTunesU site. >>
2006
NJIT offers a wide range of academic resources and programs that allow students to shape courses of study to reflect a variety of interests and career goals. Applications for undergraduate transfer students, visiting students and graduate students will be accepted for spring semester 2006 through Jan. 23. Classes begin on Jan. 17. For more information, call Denise Taylor, Office of University Admissions, at 973-596-3301. >>
2005
NJIT's Open University will offer a crash course in ASP.NET development and security on Nov. 30, 4-6 p.m., GITC Room 1100. David Beekman of the CIT Group will be the guest speaker. Contact: Osama Eljabiri, oe2@njit.edu. >>
NJIT's Open University will offer a crash course in PHP/MySQL on Nov. 9, 4-6 p.m., Guttenberg Information Technologies Center, Room 1100. Faculty, students, external businesses and those interested in acquiring practical knowledge, career development and real-world problem-solving skills are invited to participate. Contact: Osama Eljabiri, oe2@njit.edu. >>
“Wear and Corrosion of Metals and Alloys" is the topic of a one-day course to be presented by the ASM International Materials Advantage Society on Nov. 5, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. in Faculty Memorial Hall, Rm. 413. Free parking is available. Contact: Dr. Roumiana S. Petrova, Dept. of Physics, 973-642-4076 or via e-mail: Petrova@njit.edu. >>
Establishing trust quickly is the key to effective Internet communication, especially when it comes to teaching online, according to researchers at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).“While our study focused on trust formation among teachers and students in online courses,” said Nancy Coppola, PhD, associate professor, in the humanities department at NJIT, “our results are applicable for any group or team that interacts online.  For example, we think our results could be applied to emergency response teams, which although it may be temporary, uses computer-mediated communication.” “Swift Trust in Virtual Teams,” appeared in Transactions on Professional Communication, published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (IEEE).  Starr Roxanne Hiltz, PhD, distinguished professor in the department of information systems and Naomi Rotter, PhD, professor in the School of Management, also participated in the research, which was partially funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and the National Science Foundation.  Last month, the article received the 2005 Rudolph J. Joenk Jr. Award for best article in 2004 in that journal.   >>
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