Creating and Transcribing Videos in Chinese

dotSUB is a site that lets you subtitle youtube videos.

This is a guest post by Peng Yu, a visiting Chinese language instructor at William & Mary. In it, he talks about how the project he did for his Rich Media Grant turned out.

Adventures in the Walled Garden: Notes on My New iPad

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So here I am, late to the party, with a shiny new iPad. At least, my iPad use is less than rote, and I do not (yet?) consider it to be an integral part of my person — a good time to note a few observations while I can still be rational about it.

Academic Technology Links for February 22, 2013

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This week, the links include open-source learning materials, team-based learning, and mishaps involving an email mistaken for phishing. Enjoy!

Using WordPress for Student Research Papers

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I’ve been preaching the use of WordPress to my faculty members in the humanities who want to find a better way for students to write and share their research papers.

Online Research Guides at Swem Library

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Swem’s Research Guides are a great way to provide online supplements your courses using Swem’s resources without needing to know how to program.

Academic Technology Links for February 15, 2013

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The links for this week feature an interview with Gene Roche, the singularity, password (in)security, another story of DMCA abuse, and, as always, some MOOC news. Enjoy!

Creating Dance for the Camera

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This is a guest post by Denise Wade, Associate Professor of Dance at William & Mary. In it, she talks about how her Rich Media Grant project turned out.

Four Technology Tips for International Travel

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Today I’ve got four quick tips for you on technology and traveling abroad: take a trial run, beware of roaming while roaming, don’t fight the power, and the Internet cafe is your frenemy.

Academic Technology Links for February 8, 2013

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The links for this week feature the bill of rights for online learning, text application tools, and a challenge to rethink what we mean by “technology in the classroom.” Enjoy!

Podcasting Themes and Issues in American Literature

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This is a guest post by Julia Kaziewicz, a PhD candidate in American Studies at William & Mary. In it, she talks about how the project she did for her Rich Media Grant turned out.