Users can view a campus map, check out the menus from our dining courts, read campus news or watch videos.
-Contribute to the recordings collected on Earth Day 2014: April 22.
-Answer questions related to soundscape composition and personal emotional/meaning/identity responses of the recorded soundscape.
-Help determine what aspects of a soundscape elicit certain human emotions.
-Audio recordings of a soundscape in *.wav file format
-Length of recording in mins:secs format
-Time of day and date
-Device type(manufacturer, such as Apple or Samsung)
-Location "fuzzed" by 10km
-A datafile that contains user survey inputs to soundscape composition
-An optional user input soundscape description (as a text field of up to 255 characters)
-Global Soundscapes Day app version
Citizen Science Research Participation
Record the Earth is an application for global ecological data collection. You are collecting information about the health and wellbeing of the planet through sound and helping researchers understand human's connection to soundscapes. What are sounds that you love, what are sounds that you hate. Which sounds could indicate a the arrival of a new season. Your mission is to go out and record the sounds around the earth, describe and tag them. Then sign up online to rate, share, sort, and explore the data being collected from around the world and save your favorites sounds to your own soundscape playlist.
The default recording format is AAC-3 min maximum. While AAC recordings on certain devices playback perfectly on our website, they failed to play on the device due to differences in manufacturer specifications for this reason there is a secondary WAV-1 min recording profile. Future updates will allow changing between profiles, currently Samsung devices will default to WAV-1min format.
For more information visit:
The Center for Global Soundscapes
Using Open Passport you are able to see available badges, track progress towards completing badges, and submit your work. Open Passport enables you to quickly create and upload various forms of media such as pictures or video. Designed for use by students in the field, Open Passport helps badge earners take their learning to where it needs to happen. For more information, visit http://purdue.edu/studio.
• Awards, honors and research impact by Purdue faculty
• Updates to state and federal research compliance guidelines
• Announcements of new grants and research centers on campus
• Availability of internal resources such as research computing and cores.
• Sponsored program year-to-date activity
• Upcoming events
• A directory of key people in Office for Research and Partnerships, Sponsored Program Services and the Office of Technology Commercialization
Provides a LIST and a MAP of all the ITaP Labs on campus.
Locates the CLOSEST ITaP Lab to you.
Provides DIRECTIONS to the ITaP Lab from your location.
Displays the total number of available computers in the lab.
Displays the times when labs are open and available to use.
Provides you with an option to SAVE YOUR FAVORITE LABS.
Can be used in both Offline and Online (needs Internet connection) mode.
- Offline mode will just display the location and available times of a particular lab.
- Use the app in Online mode to make use of all the features of the app.
Our mission at Purdue Veterinary Medicine is to Globally advance animal health and welfare and human health through excellence in learning, research and engagement.
evGrandPrix App allows Android users to experience the race on-the-go. Users can view past events results, track and team information, and news, history of the evGrandPrix. On the day of the race, users will also be able to view team live data.
No matter where you are, you can experience the evGrandPrix Race.