- Technology at Newmark J-School
Director of Technology
More than 20 full-time technology and broadcast professionals work at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York, providing support and coaching to students and collaborating with faculty.
Well before first-semester classes start, all new students must make sure they meet the school’s technology requirements, which include purchasing an Apple laptop and configuring it with the right software. Those who encounter issues during this process can turn to our Help Desk staff for assistance.
The Newmark J-School’s campus spans three floors with comprehensive wireless Internet access. Students can access a variety of news wires and data and research services while at school or offsite.
Our campus computer labs provide industry standard audio, video, and photography software, and one lab is specifically configured for virtual reality and augmented reality production.
Students have access to our professional-quality television and radio studios for producing stories and participating in on-air broadcasts. For fieldwork, they may borrow production-quality cameras, microphones, audio recorders, laptop computers, and other equipment.
Policies, guidelines, and regulations are subject to revision as necessary without prior notification.
LinkedIn Learning is an educational platform that offers video courses to teach multimedia, software, coding, creative and business skills. It’s a wonderful resource for members of the Newmark J-School community, and it’s completely free. Click here and sign in with your jschool Google account, or go to: https://lnkd.in/eQk34aJ
Our Help Desk is open from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM weekdays.
Open a ticket at help.journalism.cuny.edu.