If you’d like to find out which of your Moodle PDF files are inaccessible, you can add the “Accessibility File Scan” block. This will give you a summary of documents which are: inaccessible, minimally accessible, and those which have additional … Continue reading Are my course documents accessible? Here is one way to find out
It’s been nearly three years since YouTube launched support for 360 degree video, and during that time the technology has taken off. Whether used for virtual reality or simply “click-and-drag” playback, 360 video has offered new possibilities to content creators and immersive viewing to audiences. Case in point: … Continue reading 360 Video Becoming Ubiquitous
Learning Analytics is the term academic technologists use for using student data to help with teaching and learning. Some schools have started collecting student information from a variety of sources and using it to alert faculty about potential problems. The data can come … Continue reading Could Learning Analytics work at Swarthmore?
Happy second semester, everyone! One thing we hear is that we sometimes hide behind computers too much. Come on…like you don’t hide behind screens yourself? Oh…you don’t? Good for you! But for real, we heard you, and we (ITS) are … Continue reading “Who Is That?” Series: Introducing Aixa Pomales
Welcome back to school! Here’s what’s new for Spring 2018 … Two factor authentication for everyone on February 1st Starting Thursday February 1, 2018, everyone at Swarthmore will need to use two factor authentication to log in to college services. … Continue reading What’s New for Spring 2018
Duo is here and if you’re not yet using Duo to authenticate to your Swarthmore College accounts and systems, then it’s time to get on board! As our CITO, Joel Cooper, said in his email to the faculty and staff a … Continue reading Get Duo, but be prepared!