Gradescope is a service used for collecting and grading of paper homework and exams. We’ve received positive feedback from Swarthmore faculty indicating the system makes it faster and easier to grade student work. In the past, students had to use … Continue reading New Gradescope Mobile App for Students
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?
Congratulations class of 2022! Be sure to download or transfer accounts or any work associated with your Swarthmore email before accounts are disabled on June 30th. This step-by-step guide will help you prepare for graduation. It covers: How to back … Continue reading Preparing For Graduation
Moodle 4.0 was released in April 2022 and is focused improving the user experience, making it easier for instructors and students to navigate the site. Because it is such a large change, Swarthmore will likely wait to upgrade until the … Continue reading What’s Coming in Moodle 4.0
As we prepare for the 2022 Spring semester, here are answers to questions we are frequently asked by both new faculty and more senior folks alike. And please note that the answers to these questions, and many more, can be … Continue reading Common Moodle Questions at the Start of the Semester
New this fall semester, the Language and Media Centers are debuting a Podcast Studio in Martin Hall 218. This space will feature a Rodecaster audio mixer, 4 microphones and headphones, and a computer to record and edit your podcasts or … Continue reading Podcast Studio debuting in Martin Hall