Wednesday Evenings 5:30 – 7:30 pm Unless otherwise indicated, workshops will take place in the MakerSpace, Beardsley 101/102. Registration is limited, sign up forms will be posted 1 week before the event. March 21st Student Open House An informal event where … Continue reading MakerSpace – Workshop Series
Reading the news last week, I learned that Chinese police are being equipped with camera-integrated eyeglasses… eyeglasses with face recognition software, and database connectivity. Those glasses enable identification of passersby in real time. While that news may seem distant, I believe the same … Continue reading Your Weekly Routine, Recorded
In the past, in the case of inclement weather, we have set up Zoom Video Web-Conferencing as an alternate plan for remote teaching. In this case, you could simply send out a Zoom web-conference link to students and they could … Continue reading Teaching Remote as an Alternate Plan
Each year, ITS and the Libraries sponsor Swarthmore Projects for Educational Exploration and Development (SPEED) to connect faculty projects with student workers. Last summer, Math Professor Elizabeth Drellich and SPEED interns Kate Collins ’18 and Cassandra Stone ’20 collaborated to build reflections.swarthmore.edu, … Continue reading SPEED Project Success: Professor Elizabeth Drellich
The “Who Is That?” series gives you insight into who we are here in the ITS department with a series of traditional and non-traditional interview questions. Wrapping up: From our last post with Aixa Pomales, Director of Support Services, she lied … Continue reading “Who Is That?” Series: Introducing Mark CJ Davis, Jr.
ITS provides a number of services to support faculty and student research. Whether you are coding software, collecting important data, or building experimental apparatus, we have you covered. 1. Research data storage and backup ITS provides several methods of safeguarding your important research data. … Continue reading 5 Tools for Faculty and Students doing Research at Swarthmore