Do you have an interest in filmmaking, short documentary, video sketch comedy or vlogging? Like photography? Want to bring a story to life with animation? Or design impactful print media? The Media Center (Beardsley 114) has the software you’ll need … Continue reading A Space for Creativity
The “Who Is That?” series gives you insight into who we are here in the ITS department with a series of traditional and non-traditional interview questions. … Continue reading “Who Is That?” Series: Introducing Ashley Turner
As Swarthmore’s Technology Accessibility Coordinator, part of my work involves testing websites to see what kinds of barriers exist to accessing content online. I often run into sites which use images for navigation, tasks, and information. I’m always curious to … Continue reading Turn web images off – can you still figure out what is going on?
Grackle is an awesome plugin which works in conjunction with the Google suite of documents: Docs, Sheets and Slides. There are several obstacles to document accessibility. There are two really big ones: Lack of structure Lack of image descriptions … Continue reading Grackle – Making Google Documents Accessible
Swarthmore has a new installation of JupyterHub, a web-based, multi-user, online notebook for programming in variety of different languages including Python. A Jupyter notebook is a handy way to create documents that mix code, graphs, images, explanatory text, and equations. … Continue reading JupyterHub: Online Python Notebooks and More
In this latest installment of our MakerSpace Profile series Elizabeth Flores ’19 discusses how her role as a peer tutor is assisted through her work as a technician in the digital fabrication space and how using 3D printing technologies allows … Continue reading MakerSpace Profiles: Elizabeth Flores