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 post outlines two small and easy changes and one bigger change that can make your communication more inclusive. These three changes add up to make … Continue reading Commit to Being More Inclusive with Three Changes
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
We launched the Lynda.com online tutorial site at Swarthmore nearly five years ago. A reminder: everyone who is a student, a faculty member, or staff has … Continue reading Learning with LinkedIn with Lynda.com Content
Learning Analytics is the term academic technologists use for using student data to help with teaching and learning. Some schools have started collecting student information from a variety of sources and using it to alert faculty about potential problems. The data can come … Continue reading Could Learning Analytics work at Swarthmore?
Finals may be right around the corner but there is still time to organize and manage your study sessions with these helpful desktop, web, and mobile apps! Here are a few applications for compiling notes, making quick lists, and organizing information for … Continue reading Helpful Apps for Finals