Swarthmore faculty now have full access to use Gradescope to collect and grade homework and exams. Gradescope can be used with paper, online, or programming assessments and is designed to make it reduce the time and effort needed for instructors … Continue reading Collect and Grade Assignments with Gradescope
If you have to record one or more of your classes for students who may be in isolation or quarantine, you can share your videos with your students through the Zoom integration with Panopto or the Panopto recorder application installed … Continue reading Sharing Panopto Videos With Students Who Need to Miss Class?
Beginning in Fall 2021, ITS will be providing two new services for faculty that will enable more effective online class discussions and easier grading of paper homework and exams. Ed Discussion Forums Ed (edstem.org) is an online discussion forum that … Continue reading New software for grading and online discussions coming for Fall 2021
The Media Center is looking for students with expertise or interest in at least one of the following areas: graphic design photography filmmaking & video editing animation/motion graphics 3D rendering & visual effects radio, podcast, or music production Swarthmore students … Continue reading Language and Media Centers Now Hiring Students
As the Spring 2021 semester rolls to a close, ITS is gearing up to support summer research. Whether you are a professor or student, we are here to support your work. Documentation Keeping a log, journal, or record of your … Continue reading Be the Envy of Your Colleagues With These Amazing Summer Research Resources from ITS!
The ITS team has been hard at work over the past few months checking and updating our KnowledgeBase articles. Perhaps more importantly, we’ve been looking at how folks ask questions, what sort of requests come into our staff most frequently … Continue reading KnowledgeBase refresh!