If you are participating in a Zoom conference and need to share handwritten notes, you might be interested in this simple D.I.Y. document camera setup written up by Jason Alley at Lafayette College. Read more at Writing, Drawing, and Demonstration … Continue reading DIY Document Camera
Lately, I’ve been finding inspiration and motivation in Adam Savage’s now nine-month-old book Every Tool’s a Hammer: Lessons From a Lifetime of Making. You might recall him from his fourteen years as the younger seeming, more impulsive, co-host of the … Continue reading Every Tool’s a Hammer
For the Spring 2020 semester, ITS has added “Google Assignments” to Moodle. Instructors can create a Google Assignment in their Moodle course and students can submit Google Docs, Sheets, and any other files directly without having to download as a … Continue reading Introducing Google Assignments in Moodle
January 13, 2020 Sometimes folks wonder about how we do things here in ITS. For example, how do we keep track of the hundreds of calls that come into the Help Desk daily and then get them to the right … Continue reading Behind the scenes in ITS: New call tracking system!
DataCamp continues to be an online, hands-on, practical training resource, that faculty can take advantage of to learn how to use the open source statistical environment of R, as well as how to code in Python and forge beautiful data … Continue reading What’s new with DataCamp
ITS is pleased to announce our new Adobe Creative Cloud licensing and self-service app, Creative Cloud Desktop! After November 2019, Swarthmore Faculty and Staff will use a new Adobe sign-in method. The next time you launch an Adobe application like … Continue reading Adobe Creative Cloud Sign-In