To inspire interest in design in support of personal creative, investigatory and entrepreneurial efforts of the campus community, ITS now offers 3D printing for individual projects without an academic sponsor or specific academic purpose, helping community members bring their creations to … Continue reading Open 3D Printing for the Campus Community
What is delight? In an earlier post, I spent some time discussing the role of interest and active engagement in learning. In this post, I want to turn the … Continue reading Adding Delight to Your Work
For the past couple of years Swarthmore ITS has created a learning community with a small group of faculty called the Teaching with Tablets program. As part of the program we offer faculty a chance to use an iPad Pro … Continue reading Faculty Spotlight: Silvia Porello on Teaching and Learning with Microsoft Surface Pro
Last year, ITS purchased EvaluationKIT, a course evaluation software system. Designed from the start for higher education course evaluations, EvaluationKIT makes it easier to design, distribute, and generate reports for course evaluations. It is possible to: Keep track of response rates and email automatic reminders Restrict … Continue reading New Tools for Easier Course Evaluations
The Eyeball Beacons present: Who’s Watching Too?!? A video projection on the water tower behind the Science Center Friday, October 27, 2017 thru Tuesday, October 31, 2017 7-9PM Best viewing from the Science Center Quad! Fair weather only (the eye … Continue reading Who’s Watching Too?!?
In working to bring maker technologies, like 3D printing, laser engraving and cutting, and arduino based electronics, to the campus and into existing workshop and media production spaces, there have been a few lessons we’ve learned along the way. It’s … Continue reading Maker Spaces: Little things matter