Students now have the opportunity to add their pronouns, as well as the pronunciation of their names, into Albert. Students can have this information displayed to faculty, advisors, and administrators in Albert, NYU Classes, as well as other NYU systems. Students can also opt out of having their pronouns viewed by their instructors, in case they feel more comfortable sharing their pronouns outside of the classroom.
Students can access the pronouns and name pronunciation features via Albert from the Personal Info page.
Clicking on the "Indicate My Pronouns" or the "Name Recording" link will open the page for both.
Select your pronouns and decide whether or not you want them used in the classroom.
You can record your name using a web recorder (microphone on your computer) or with a phone.
Make sure to click Submit Changes once you are done and close out of the page. Keep in mind that it may take up to 24 hours for your pronouns to display in Albert.
For students that have indicated their pronouns should be used in the classroom, faculty will see the pronouns as well as name recordings on all class rosters in Albert and NYU Classes. Rosters will be updated nightly should students add/update their information, so be sure to check back often.
Pronouns will also display on class rosters with photos and printer-friendly class rosters.
Pronouns and name recordings are also on NYU Classes class rosters.
Advisors can see the pronouns of students they advise on advisee cards in Albert. Next to a students pronouns it will also be noted whether or not the student has opt-ed out of their pronouns being displayed to faculty.
Advisors can access pronouns and name recordings for students they do not advise by using the View Data for Other Students link and going to the Demographic Data page for a student.
Administrators can access pronouns and name recordings on the Student Services Center page by the Demographic Data link. Next to a student's pronouns it will also be noted whether or not the student has opt-ed out of their pronouns being displayed to faculty.