Students gather around a laptop computer listening to a podcast

Language & Identity in the African Experience Podcast Project

Students from Professor Jamie A. Thomas’ Spring 2017 linguistics seminar, Language and Identity in the African Experience, recently completed a semester long project creating a podcast series titled AFROLATINX PODCAST™ and an informative and media-rich companion website Language & Identity in the African Experience. AfroLatinx … Continue reading Language & Identity in the African Experience Podcast Project

Disappearing student work (how to avoid)!

As we are all now using Google Drive to store and collect content from students and each other, we’d like to bring to your attention a sometimes overlooked inconvenience… If you have asked students to submit content to you by sharing files from their own Google accounts, or by placing them into folders you provide in your personal Google Drive space, then you may be in danger of losing access to that material once the student’s account is removed from the College’s systems after they graduate! You can tell by looking at the “Owner” listing of any files you’re worried … Continue reading Disappearing student work (how to avoid)!

Language Center Hosts Gaming Day Study Break

Come take a study break and let off steam at the 2017 Language and Media Center Gaming Day Event! This year the LMC will transform into a gaming den with a large collection of gaming emulators and consoles and a large screen dance and music game! We’ll also have a screen set up to play Jak3, a personal favorite game of Sam Jenkins. So how do I participate?No need to sign-up! Drop in anytime between 10-3PM on Tuesday, May 2nd in Kohlberg 326 (3rd floor). What if I want to bring a game? There will be plenty of space in … Continue reading Language Center Hosts Gaming Day Study Break