October 26, 2010 – Academic Technology Fair

10am-2pm Tuesday, October 26, 2010 Scheuer Room Information Technology Services, in partnership with the Language Resource Center and the Library, proudly presents the 2010 Academic Technology Fair: Collaboration and Creativity. This event is open to ALL Swarthmore College community members. We’ve worked hard to put together our most interesting program to date, featuring: DimDim DimDim is a web-based, real-time, collaboration solution that allows for easy, cross-platform (Windows, Mac and Linux, equally) conferencing.  Only presenters who want to share their screens—not attendees—need to install anything.  If you need to present somewhere when it would be inconvenient to go in person, DimDim can … Continue reading October 26, 2010 – Academic Technology Fair

Academic Technology Fair: Nov. 19th

All faculty and staff are invited to visit the Academic Technology Fair this Thursday. The fair is a showcase of a variety of software and hardware resources that you can use for teaching, research, and administration. The theme for this year’s fair is “Innovation Is Recession-Proof.” All of the technologies on display are available for you to use today without any additional cost to you or your department. Everything is either free or currently licensed/purchased by the College for your use. Scheuer Room Thursday, Nov 19th 10am-2pm Light refreshments served. Some of the things you’ll see at this years Academic … Continue reading Academic Technology Fair: Nov. 19th

Share your thoughts with ITS and the Library

Have some thoughts to share with ITS and Library about computers in the dorms, labs, or Libraries? Have suggestions about Printing, Software, Support. Join us in McCabe on Monday, April 13th at 8 pm and tell us. (in the Popular Reading Room – aka the room where the coffee is at night) Members of the ITS Client Services team and librarians will discuss some projects and ideas that we really need your input on. We will answer your questions too. And we will buy pizza. Continue reading Share your thoughts with ITS and the Library