Recently several members of the ITS staff attended the EDUCAUSE 2022 Conference. Part of it was held in person in Denver, and part of it was held purely in a virtual environment, on line. EDUCAUSE is one of the largest … Continue reading EDUCAUSE 2022
I’ve been working with folks here at Swarthmore to create better conference posters for over 20 years now. There are some new tools available, such as BioRender, which is great for biomedical imagery and also supports poster creation, and some … Continue reading Better Conference Posters
Students are responsible for the originality of their work and must cite the original authors when they reference the work of others that they are quoting or paraphrasing. Faculty use their knowledge and experience in their fields to identify and … Continue reading Checking for Plagiarism
Your Academic Technology team at Swarthmore loves to talk with you about your teaching and your research! But there are times when you need quick answers or to have something fundamental solved. Naturally, right now, we’re helping folks prepare for … Continue reading HELP! Getting (Academic) Technology Support at Swarthmore
The pandemic changes things The Covid-19 pandemic forced us to adapt how we teach. One of those adaptations was having students connect remotely to teaching sessions held over Zoom. As a College, we quickly recognized that we had quite a … Continue reading Educational Technology: What about Student Computers?
Faculty are frequently asked for extra time on quizes, exams and written assignments. In some cases, these requests are to accommodate a disability that impacts a student’s speed in completing such work. Fortunately, it’s easy to manage extra time with … Continue reading How to allow extra time on exams, quizzes and assigments in Moodle (Moodle Accessibility – Part 1)