Many students, caught up in the excitement of graduation, and faculty, rushing to complete grading and end-of-year work before they move on to other appointments, forget to take some necessary steps to secure their digital content stored on College servers, … Continue reading Keeping your digital content when you leave Swarthmore
For folks who use Google Drive, Drop-Box or other similar tools to store and collect content from students and each other, we’d like to bring to your attention a sometimes overlooked inconvenience… If you have asked students to share content … Continue reading Disappearing student work (Not again! How to avoid)
Swarthmore has a couple of drones that are being used for aerial photography and video segments about our facilities for recruiting and for research. Most recently, the Athletic department used drone footage to create a Swarthmore Athletics Drone Tour. Similarly, … Continue reading Drones!
Today we chat with new Digital Scholarship Librarian Amanda Licastro. Even though she’s just started at Swarthmore, it’s already clear to us in the Academic Technology team that Amanda will be one of our real partners in the Libraries as … Continue reading Interview with Digital Scholarship Librarian, Amanda Licastro
We would like to keep you informed as we change the way shared file storage will be managed at Swarthmore. Google Shared Drives, an updated offering from Google, will make managing files simpler, faster, and easier for all. All new shared file … Continue reading Goodbye AODocs, Hello Google Shared Drives!
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