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
Like media production? Enjoy sharing your knowledge of photography, filmmaking, graphic design, animation or audio/music recording? Want to learn more about those topics? Apply for a job at the Media Center and join a community of digital artists on campus. … Continue reading Media Center Now Hiring Students
As we return to Swarthmore to teach and learn, Accessibility@Swarthmore has released a new KB article titled the “‘Fast Five’ Essentials to Preparing Materials.” When I present, I often speak about web-based materials and word processing documents with the same … Continue reading “Fast Five” essentials to preparing materials
Panopto’s latest version has some exciting new accessibility features. Take a look at just a few of their new features below. Caption Editing Find and Replace ASR (Automatic Speech Recognition) powered caption editing enables customers to quickly identify captions that may … Continue reading Panopto New Accessibility Features
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?
As noted in the previous post — How to allow extra time on exams, quizzes, and assignments in Moodle (Moodle Accessibility – Part 1) — built-in tools in Moodle are already accessible. Similarly, this is true of the tools within … Continue reading Reach all users with Atto text editor in Moodle [Moodle accessibility, part 2]