Interactive Services creates and supports the many sites and applications Pratt offers online, such as onePratt, the Pratt Intranet, Policy Portal, Canvas, Talks.Pratt, myTurn, and Pratt Commons. Interactive Services also oversees Pratt TV, which comprises over 60 digital displays throughout the campus, and our 3D touchscreen map kiosks, which provide accessibility wayfinding and location-based information.
If you have questions about video capture, livestreaming content, or if there is a video on talks.pratt.edu that you would like captioned, please let us know by emailing email@example.com. For assistance with any of the services we offer, please contact the Technology Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (718) 636-3765. Learn more about how Pratt Institute provides access and accessibility both on campus and online.
My.Pratt.edu provides custom web tools and individualized personal information for students, faculty, and staff, and alumni.
The Pratt Intranet houses department specific information that is not available publicly and requires OneKey authentication to view.
Pratt’s Learning Management System allows students and faculty access to each course they are taking or teaching each semester. Faculty can share important information like syllabi, assignments, and resources through the LMS.
We offer an Online Tutorial section with tips, tricks, tutorials and FAQs for many of Pratt's online networks aimed to support efforts in teaching and learning. We are also creating animated videos to help Pratt students navigate basic situations on campus, such as obtaining a Pratt ID Card.
Pratt TV is the collection of digital displays mounted throughout Brooklyn’s campus, which feature both original and livestreamed content. These televisions feature promotional content related to a department’s channel, and are integrated with Pratt Alerts. There are currently over 60 displays with many department-specific channels.
Pratt Commons is an online environment where Pratt faculty, staff, and students can discuss, collaborate, and share their work. Pratt Commons hosts a total of 132 websites covering academics, student services, extra-curricular activities, and various affinity groups.
Pratt Policy Portal
The Pratt Policy Portal, located within Pratt’s Intranet, captures official policies and procedures relating to all areas of Pratt Institute. We currently house over 60 policies that are searchable, printable and digitally available with Pratt OneKey credentials. The portal hopes to increase consistency and transparency regarding policies and procedures at Pratt, and are administered and approved through the office of Institutional Research.
Pratt Alerts is our institute-wide alert system. We have partnered with the service provider Omni Alerts to broadcast information to the community instantly and anywhere via mobile phone, text, email and Pratt TV. A Pratt Alert account keeps one notified of important information, such as school closings and weather alerts. One can choose to receive notifications via email or text (or both). The account is active for 2 years, and users will receive an email 30 days prior to deactivation.
SideLights is a collaborative project between Information Technology and selected faculty and students in the Film/Video Department. The mission is to document people and events with video vignettes that help illuminate interesting, important and otherwise hidden aspects of Pratt. There are currently almost 100 individual 2-minute videos created over the past six years. Pratt Film/Video majors direct the videos, and members of the Film/Video Faculty mentor those students.
Talks.pratt.edu is the video hub of Pratt Institute, which currently features over 300 Pratt created videos. Visitors can watch and share events and projects featuring high-profile speakers, creative student/faculty work, and engaging stories. If you have questions about video capture, livestreaming content, or if there is a video on talks.pratt.edu that you would like captioned, please let us know by emailing email@example.com.
Working with the Accessibility Committee and partnering with Guidekick, we have recently completed a one-year development process for ADA compliant 3D touchscreen kiosks with 2,700 data points encompassing Pratt’s Brooklyn campus. This interface allows quick access to buildings, offices, academic departments, sculptures, security information, and even a searchable personnel directory. It also allows students to search for particular courses displaying the professor, building location, room number, and time that the course meets. Accessibility pathways are animated and illustrated from your particular starting point throughout the interface. Visit map.pratt.edu or our 3D touchscreen kiosks throughout campus.