This semester, students from Professor Nackenoff’s POLS-22 class were tasked with updating the information for the American Elections map at Swarthmore College. The map visualizes changes to voting laws since 2004. Each student was responsible for researching changes in election … Continue reading 2020 American Elections Map
One major challenge of teaching during a pandemic is handling remote exams. There are a number of issues that arise, such as dealing with students in multiple time zones, technical glitches, academic integrity, and grading. We’ve compiled some resources that … Continue reading Exams in a Pandemic: Tips for Professors
Now that we’ve all been hunkering down and doing our best to carry on via Zoom and other remote digital technologies into our 8th month of this Pandemic lockdown, we’d like to remind everyone to regularly take the time to … Continue reading Get Up, Look Around and Move!
It seems safe to assume that folks will not meet for indoor conferences this year, so here are some tools to help you design and showcase posters in the digital world. We hope they’ll help you teach students how to … Continue reading Tools for a Virtual Poster Session
Recent blog posts have suggested tools and techniques to help with eye fatigue and strain. Today I want to make you aware of reading tools that are built-in to the Firefox and Safari browsers. Both of these browsers offer a … Continue reading Built-in Reading Tools: Firefox & Safari
It’s the beginning of October, and you know what that means – Cyber Security Awareness Month! Cyber security can be an overwhelming and sometimes scary subject. We want to help make it easier to learn more about keeping your devices … Continue reading October is Cyber Security Awareness Month