IBM SPSS Statistics 29, which is now available for the Swarthmore College community, includes new customer-requested linear ordinary least squares (OLS) regression and parametric accelerated failure time (AFT) model statistical procedures, improved open-source extension integration, UI enhancements, new data visualization … Continue reading New SPSS version adds features, MacOS Sonoma compatibility
Over the years, digital student portfolios have emerged as a viable option for students to showcase their academic journey and professional readiness. Unlike traditional resumes, digital portfolios offer a dynamic and comprehensive picture of a student’s capabilities, experiences, and personal … Continue reading Student Portfolios With Domain of One’s Own
Here are a few ideas from ITS to help with end-of-the-semester tasks. Timed Take-Home Exams If you plan to give a take home exam, you can now use either a Moodle quiz or Assignment to administer and collect the exam. … Continue reading Winter is Coming! End of the Semester Help for Faculty
I have too many browser tabs open, I admit it! As I write this, I have 52 tabs open in the main window of my primary browser. And I have 15 browser windows open, each with multiple tabs. This is … Continue reading Clear your browser tabs!
A new crew of community 3D printers has landed in the Makerspace! Prusa MK4 machines are some of the best of their kind you can find coming out these days — representing an optimization of capability and accessibility, they are … Continue reading Meet the Elite 3D Printer Fleet
Around my junior year of high school, I knew that I wanted to pursue a career in ethical technology and artificial intelligence. Although being a career field that was still in some ways emerging, it was still too broad. Tech … Continue reading How Digital Accessibility Opened New Career Possibilities for Me