A laboratory for ideas ITS is pleased to announce the opening of Beardsley 101, The Idea Lab. The new space features comfy chairs and beanbags, a distinct DIY conference table, and three interesting technologies. It’s a place to relax, to … Continue reading The Idea Lab
I’ve been really happy to see Swarthmore back to teaching in-person classes during the Fall of 2021. It’s so nice to see and feel the energy and enthusiasm around campus. While it’s great to see our teaching and learning spaces … Continue reading Teaching Studio for improved flipped classroom materials and recorded lectures!
The Makerspace at Swarthmore College has seen a rapid transformation since its establishment just a few years ago, when we began our journey in our smaller but still impressive Beardsley Hall location. Renovation plans for Whittier Hall have been ongoing … Continue reading Something to Be Thankful for: A New Makerspace!
This is the first post in a multi-post series. It is geared towards those with a little bit of development experience. I will update this post with links to the other posts as they are published. As I was glued … Continue reading Charting Bitcoin prices with React
At this point in the semester, your Moodle course may packed with content which can lead to “Moodle sprawl” — an endless scroll of PDF files and links. Here are a few ways to reduce the clutter. Put Files into … Continue reading Simplifying your Moodle course
Last spring we did a short blog series on student engagement and motivation while teaching remote. As part of the series, we interviewed Professor Beatriz Ramirez Canosa discussing how she uses Jamboard as a way to keep students motivated and engaged as well as … Continue reading Peer Interview Podcasts