Join the Language and Media Centers for a conversation with Anita Castillo-Halvorssen. Since graduating from Swarthmore in 2015, Anita has been collaboratively building stories in film, on stage, and in classrooms. Development of her original solo play All She Has reveals some artistic tendencies she first spotted in her work during her time as an FMST and Theater student at Swat – specifically collage, nonlinear narrative, and memory manipulation. In her recent web series Call From, she explores canonical theater via a queering filmic lens and an irreverent dose of humor. Her work as a teaching artist and member of the Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble … Continue reading Artist Talk with Anita Castillo-Halvorssen
ITS is rolling out an experimental program to connect our student employees with folks in need of simple media production. Fill out this form if you’d like us to consider a small project that involves video editing, audio editing, or … Continue reading Media Projects — Connecting Faculty and Staff with Skilled Student Employees
It can be awkward addressing a someone in your class when you don’t know how to properly say their name. In cooperation with the Dean’s Office, ITS has developed a system to allow students and professors to make an audio … Continue reading Avoiding awkwardness: student name pronunciations now available!
We have all come to appreciate the ability to consume documents in different ways in recent months. When a document is made accessible, it means we provide readers with multiple ways of interacting with it. We can listen, we can … Continue reading How to be friendly to everyone’s reading style
Did you know that you can add your J-Term class sessions to your Google Calendar automatically? ITS built a tool to search for and download iCal files for the current semester. Here’s how to download and import your course’s iCal file. Head over to the course search tool at https://swarthmore.github.io/course2ics-parser/ Begin searching for your course’s name. Click on your course to download its iCal file. It will be downloaded as an .ics file. Head over to https://calendar.google.com/ and log in. Click on the ⚙ (cog) icon in the main app bar , then click settings. Click on Import & Export … Continue reading Importing your J-Term 2021 Course into your Calendar
ADAPALAC or Advancing Digital Accessibility Programs at Liberal Arts Colleges was hosted online by representatives from Swarthmore, Amherst, Hampshire, Mt. Holyoke, and Smith colleges on December 7 and 8 of 2020. It was sponsored by CLAC’s Mindshare Program. CLAC stands … Continue reading ADAPALAC & Cool Tools You Want to Know About