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What does ITP stand for?

ITP stands for Interactive Telecommunications Program (New York University)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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In addition, EclipseCon 2009 will feature unique keynotes, each delivered by two speakers with complementary positions on topics relevant to the Eclipse community: - "The Social Mind as a Runtime Environment: Designing Like Groups Matter," presented by Clay Shirky, writer and expert on the social and economic effects of Internet technologies and director of the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU, and Jeff Atwood, CEO of stackoverflow.
You may have already recognised a lot of what Shirky, a professor at NYU's interactive telecommunications program, says: that it's suddenly easier to organise both large and small groups of people.
Red Burns, who heads the interactive telecommunications program at New York University, is scornful of chat-oriented environments, such as Active Worlds or the Palace, that attempt to create online community.
With assistance from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University, Katchadourian constructed the actual alarm devices and installed them in a minifleet of three cars parked on the street and distinguishable only via bright yellow windshield decals of diversely shaped birds and bumper stickers that read THIS CAR PROTECTED BY NATURAL CAR ALARMS.
Dedicated to creating technological solutions that successfully address environmental, social and humanitarian challenges worldwide, GROUND Lab is the brain child of two former master's students of New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program at the Tisch School of the Arts, Benedetta Piantella and Justin Downs.
OEDN's Academic ITV SDK program facilitates New York University's ITP lab test NEW YORK -- OEDN (The OCAP/EBIF Developer Network) announced today the completion of the first End-to-End (E2E) test of a university-developed EBIF application with one of its participating schools - NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) lab.
Jones began in interactive media in 1988 with his involvement in the Comm Tech Lab at Michigan State University and continued on to NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, completing it in 1992.