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Changes by ITS for Fall Term, 2022

Welcome, friends.  As the Fall Semester begins, we wanted to share with you the many ways ITS will support our campus community. This is a long post with a lot of information.  For organizational purposes, we have broken down the … Continue reading Changes by ITS for Fall Term, 2022

Spring 2022 Faculty Workshops

ITS put on a series of workshops to prepare faculty for the asynchronous and remote start to the Spring 2022 semester. Here are the workshop descriptions and a link to the recordings (available to Swarthmore community members only). Using Zoom to teach remotely Wednesday January 12, 2022 2:00pm-3:15pm This workshop will cover how to deliver a remote class using Zoom including setting up a session, sharing slides, breakout rooms, recording the lecture, sharing the video with students, using an iPad or tablet as a whiteboard, and common troubleshooting tips.   “Using Zoom to teach remotely” workshop recording (Swarthmore login required) Introduction … Continue reading Spring 2022 Faculty Workshops

A graphic with "Welcome" written in 21 different languages

Changes by ITS for Fall Term, 2021

Welcome, friends.  We wanted to acknowledge the various ways our lives have been changed by COVID-19, and to share the ways ITS has changed in order to best meet the changing needs of our campus community.   We want to acknowledge … Continue reading Changes by ITS for Fall Term, 2021

Artist Talk with Anita Castillo-Halvorssen

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

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ADAPALAC & Cool Tools You Want to Know About

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