I recently saw a video from Carleton College of a Lightboard/Learning Glass in use. The idea is that you can record lectures, or even do live remote classes writing on the glass and facing your audience. “The writing glows in … Continue reading Learning Glass Revisited – does the idea have application for Swarthmore?
ITS worked hard this in preparation for the Fall semester, putting together several on-campus remote teaching studios. These rooms are equipped with large monitors and writing surfaces that allow you to retain some of the dynamic and performative aspects of … Continue reading Remote Teaching Studios
If you struggle with managing Departmental course evaluations every semester, EvaluationKit may be a tool that can help. The software is designed to create, manage and distribute your evaluations using enrollment information pulled from Moodle. Students are given access to their evaluation through … Continue reading Course Evaluations made Easier
Working with Denise Crossan in the Lang Center’s Social Innovation Lab, the MakerSpace Student Assistant Eva Low created a set of tiles to illustrate 17 United Nations “Sustainable Development Goals [that] are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable … Continue reading UN Sustainability Goals
As you transition from summer research and relaxation to thinking about your Fall semester classes the Academic Technology team encourages you to reach out to us if you need any help. We can consult about Moodle questions or talk about … Continue reading We’re here to help as you prepare Fall Classes
Swarthmore ITS is very proud to be co-hosting the Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges (CLAC) 2019 Annual Conference on June 17-19 together with our Tri-College partners at Bryn Mawr and Haverford. Daytime sessions will be held at Swarthmore, with Bryn … Continue reading CLAC 2019