DataCamp continues to be an online, hands-on, practical training resource, that faculty can take advantage of to learn how to use the open source statistical environment of R, as well as how to code in Python and forge beautiful data … Continue reading What’s new with DataCamp
Welcome or welcome back, all! In July, we detailed the change from Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning that all higher education institutions have made or will be … Continue reading Little Change, Large Bird, Larger Tantrum: “The Red Swan”
Swarthmore has had Lynda.com as an additional video learning resource available to all students, faculty, and staff. Recently, that same service was purchased by LinkedIn and became LinkedIn Learning. All of the same video content is available, and there are … Continue reading Lynda.com Has Become LinkedIn Learning
Information Technology Services staff are in the office throughout the regular work day at Swarthmore and usually a bit beyond. And we love to talk with and help out members of the community with technology related questions. However you can … Continue reading Getting help when YOU need it!
I recently came across this article in a Science magazine email blurb and thought that others might be interested. Although some faculty worry that trying different pedagogical methods can be detrimental to promotion, the bottom line is that Active Learning … Continue reading Active Learning improves student evaluations
Not everyone has a high-end camera and lenses they can use for personal projects. However anyone here at Swarthmore does! If you haven’t heard about it yet, Media Services has a range of DSLR cameras, video cameras, audio recorders and … Continue reading Take advantage of College Resources: Borrow a camera!