SAS Computing is always experimenting with new technologies for
teaching, research, and administration.
We are eager to work with faculty,
staff, and students to identify new technologies to advance teaching,
research and efficient adminstration. We will often engage in
short-term pilots of new technologies in "beta" tests. These beta tests
help us to determine if a technology is effective, measure adoption and
evaluate whether they should be scaled up.
As beta tests, we cannot guarantee the long-term availability of the
solutions listed here, but we encourage interested faculty and staff to
test them and give us feedback so that we can move in the right
We're co-sponsoring THATCamp@Penn 2012, an "unconference" for people interested in technology and the humanities.
THATCamp@Penn provides an opportunity for faculty, graduate students and academic professionals in different disciplines — and with diverse backgrounds, roles, skills and interests — from across campus to meet in person for a day of informal discussion and collaboration.