Student Online Registration using MyMercer

New Media Consortium (NMC) 2016 Horizon Report

Responsive Web Design


Responsive Web Design is a modern approach to designing websites that modify the structure of the content for the device you are using.  Mobile devices are becoming increasingly used to access websites.  In the past web designers created sites for screen view on a computer and a separate site for mobile devices. Responsive design allows designers to create a single site that adjusts to the device and looks good on each device.

Mercer University is working on making our site Responsive & What does this mean for our CMS Builders and Contributors?

We will be providing training and resources to assist CMS Builders and Contributors to make the shift to Responsive design.  It is important to look at your site on devices other than the computer once you make edits to ensure that your site looks good on all devices. More training, resources and information will be coming soon to keep you updated and to understand responsive web design as we move forward.


Inside Higher Ed: 2014 Survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology

Be a part of the the Inside Higher Ed’s survey of Faculty Attitudes on Technology and share your experience and views of technology.

Learn more by clicking the link and to participate in the survey.

Sharp Aquos Board – Using PowerPoint

Sharp Aquos Board Tutorial

Adding an Attachment to an Outlook Email

Using Outlook Email you may find that you need to attach a file.  You can attach most any file type as needed.  Watch the short video to learn how to add an attachment from your Outlook account.

One restraint is the file size of the attachment.  There are ways to optimize your files for smaller file sizes.  If you want to learn how to optimize images using Photoshop you can click here to watch a tutorial.  On the Mercer Email system there is a 10mb file limit.

NMC Voice – February 2014

New Media Consortium Launches Online Training Academy for Teachers

The project features online courses from nearly three dozen leading universities, schools, and NGOs, including Carnegie Mellon University, Northwestern University, the University of Southern California, Palermo University (Argentina), Polar Bears International, TakingITGlobal (Canada), the Agastya International Foundation (India), Apps for Good (UK), and Centro Superior para la Enseñanza Virtual (Spain), among many others. Each of the 36 mini-courses piloted over the past nine months has had an average enrollment of 100 STEM education professionals as students, and is a completely unique experiment in online learning. Over 3,500 teachers and faculty in more than 135 countries have enrolled so far, and 6,500 users have registered on the Academy website.

To learn more about the NMC Academy and to register for online courses visit

Respondus News

Respondus helps faculty to create online tests.  To learn more about how Respondus can help you learn more about how to maximize your exams checkout the latest news about Respondus.

Get a head start on the next term by requesting test banks in a ready-to-use Respondus and StudyMate format. There’s simply no faster or easier way for instructors to use publisher test banks to create online exams and learning activities. click here to read more…