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
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
Along with delicious coffee provided by our in-house Coffee Barista, Dave Neal, and scrumptious treats we enjoyed a great conversation at our mini-session which focused on a couple of quick tips for formatting syllabi using Microsoft Word. When we structure … Continue reading Formatting Syllabi in Word (or any other Word document)
Active Learning? Collaborative Environment? Engaged Students? Flipped Classroom? You’ve no doubt heard these buzzwords over the past few years, but what exactly does it mean? While there are a lot of philosophies that go into modern learning and how to … Continue reading Collaboration in the Classroom using Wireless Presentation
Information Technology Services has just acquired a another new 3D printer! In our efforts to make 3D printing available to more folks here at Swarthmore, we’ve acquired a second Ultimaker 3 printer. Since it can take hours to complete a … Continue reading Second New Ultimaker 3 – 3D Printer
We are pleased to announce that Information Technology Services has just acquired a new 3D printer! And with this new printer, we hope to make 3D printing available to more folks here at Swarthmore. With the arrival of the new … Continue reading New Ultimaker 3 3D Printer!