Last semester (spring 2018) students from two of Patricia Reilly’s art history courses were asked to create short, fictional “documentaries” about found artifacts. In reality, the artifacts had been designed by students themselves, who portrayed researchers on camera and explained … Continue reading A Very Creative Art History Project
This summer, ITS will be updating the Office Hours Scheduler system. The system allows anyone with a Swarthmore account to create a calendar, set up blocks of time, and allow users to sign up appointments within each block. People have used … Continue reading Office Hours Schedule Updates Coming
Each year, ITS and the Libraries sponsor Swarthmore Projects for Educational Exploration and Development (SPEED) to connect faculty projects with student workers. Last summer, Math Professor Elizabeth Drellich and SPEED interns Kate Collins ’18 and Cassandra Stone ’20 collaborated to build reflections.swarthmore.edu, … Continue reading SPEED Project Success: Professor Elizabeth Drellich
ITS provides a number of services to support faculty and student research. Whether you are coding software, collecting important data, or building experimental apparatus, we have you covered. 1. Research data storage and backup ITS provides several methods of safeguarding your important research data. … Continue reading 5 Tools for Faculty and Students doing Research at Swarthmore
Welcome back to school! Here’s what’s new for Spring 2018 … Two factor authentication for everyone on February 1st Starting Thursday February 1, 2018, everyone at Swarthmore will need to use two factor authentication to log in to college services. … Continue reading What’s New for Spring 2018
Duo is here and if you’re not yet using Duo to authenticate to your Swarthmore College accounts and systems, then it’s time to get on board! As our CITO, Joel Cooper, said in his email to the faculty and staff a … Continue reading Get Duo, but be prepared!