An intrepid and diverse group of students successfully took on a number of Summer Projects for Educational E-Development, working with faculty and staff to the benefit of the campus community. Alice Huang, Bilal Soukouna, Helen Huh,Katherine Knox and Steven Fernandez met with Librarians, … Continue reading SPEED 2019 Projects
Over the past few years Swarthmore ITS has created a learning community with a small group of faculty called the Teaching with Tablets program. As part of the program we offer faculty a chance to use an iPad Pro or … Continue reading Faculty Spotlight: Kathryn Riley on Teaching and Learning with the iPad Pro
This past year the FAA (Federal Aeronautical Administration) set up and began testing a new service, LAANC. For folks who wanted to fly their drones (quadcopters, or other Unmanned Aircraft Systems, in the parlance of the FAA), the previous waiver … Continue reading Get your drone off the ground faster with LAANC
Starting in spring 2017 and repeating spring 2019, students enrolled in Manga, Bande Dessinée, and the Graphic Novel: A Transnational Study of Graphic Fictions have been able to utilize a combination of mobile teaching technologies in their coursework for a … Continue reading iPads and Mobile Teaching Technologies in the Classroom
Did you know that you can use an app to help you annotate documents for grading? There is an app called Notability that we see faculty often use with their iPad Pros to help them annotate Moodle assignments for grading … Continue reading Grading Moodle Assignments with the Notability App
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!