Microsoft OneNote is a note-taking application that can be used on a computer, tablet, or via a web browser. It has a variety of features which make it helpful for teaching, whether in a classroom or remotely. Continue reading Teaching with OneNote
When you need to quickly capture your screen, including capturing all of a long or wide web page, or create a short video, or even convert a short video into an animated GIF without a lot of fuss, then Snagit … Continue reading Quick Screen Captures with Snagit
As a result of the campus closure, which means that students do not have access to College provided computers, Adobe has provided temporary at-home access for all Swarthmore students until July 6, 2020. Follow the instructions detailed in this ITS Knowledge Base … Continue reading Adobe Creative Cloud access for remote students: EXTENDED DATE!
In this post, we will look at a simple way to add pronouns into Zoom. Many thanks to Tiffany Thompson, Associate Director of Gender and Sexuality Initiatives / Program Manager of Women’s Resource Center (WRC) for her email detailing this. … Continue reading How to Add Pronouns in Your Zoom Profile
Did you know that Windows 10 offer tools to greatly enhance your development workflow? Since the release of Windows Subsystem for Linux, development on Windows has never been easier. Windows Subsystem For Linux (WSL) With WSL, you can run a … Continue reading Using Windows for web development?
Whether a student or a professor, you might be considering how to create and evaluate final projects in a remote setting. Transitioning from lectures and seminars to distilling information into posters, infographics, podcasts and video essays brings a new set … Continue reading Collaborative Projects, Remotely