An increasing number of Swarthmore faculty are using online grading for assignments and exams. Since students create most of their work digitally, it makes sense to submit an assignment electronically and avoid the need to print a hard copy. ITS … Continue reading How to Grade Online Assignments and Exams
Last week Sheryl Burgstahler, the founding Director of DO-IT*/Accessible Technology Services and Outreach at the University of Washington was on campus promoting Universal Design. (if interested you can listen to her talk available here) Universal Design is a concept from … Continue reading A few minutes to learn something cool … Universal Design
Do you want to try blended learning in your course and don’t know where to start? Already have experience in some aspects of blended learning but would like to take it further? If so, join us next week for Part … Continue reading Teaching with Technology: A Blended Learning Exploration Series
Not everyone has a high-end camera and lenses they can use for personal projects. However anyone here at Swarthmore does! If you haven’t heard about it yet, Media Services has a range of DSLR cameras, video cameras, audio recorders and … Continue reading Take advantage of College Resources: Borrow a camera!
If you’ve recently opened Google Calendar or Google Docs you may have noticed a few new icons to the right side of the browser window. These are new productivity features and Google has slowly begun adding them to an array … Continue reading New Google Apps Productivity Features
This summer, Nick Anderson ’20 worked with Professor of Physics Michael Brown to perform complex computer simulations of magnetic fields as part of their fusion energy research project. Because of the types of calculations and level of detail involved, running … Continue reading Advancing Physics Research with Supercomputers