Lecture capture is an academic tool widely used throughout many college campuses that allows a faculty member to record their lecture so students can review it at a later time. Various teaching pedagogies such as a flipped classroom or pre-recording … Continue reading Panopto Lecture Capture in Swarthmore Classrooms
If you’ve recently opened Google Calendar or Google Docs you may have noticed a few new icons to the right side of the browser window. These are new productivity features and Google has slowly begun adding them to an array … Continue reading New Google Apps Productivity Features
This summer, Nick Anderson ’20 worked with Professor of Physics Michael Brown to perform complex computer simulations of magnetic fields as part of their fusion energy research project. Because of the types of calculations and level of detail involved, running … Continue reading Advancing Physics Research with Supercomputers
Swarthmore College students, faculty and staff continue to use a lot of paper printing things out during the semester, particularly during the first weeks of classes each semester. We can probably guess that this is due, for the most part, … Continue reading How much paper do we print?
Did you know with the Moodle upgrades over the summer, there were some cool features added to the text editor? There now is a feature that will allow you to record short audio and video clips wherever there is a text … Continue reading Cool New Feature in Moodle
While most students were off exploring the world, or doing research in labs local and remote, a small, dedicated group of five students (Guin Mesh, Kyle Vu, Rebecca Regan, Richmond Mensah and Tai Warner) stayed at Swarthmore to work on … Continue reading Summer 2018 SPEED Projects