In this post, Mike talks about the discontinuation of one of his favorite applications, the screen-capturing Jing.
I’m in St. Petersburg, Russia this summer working on a tech-enhanced research project with the William & Mary Study Abroad group, and in preparing for the trip one of my most important considerations was what equipment to bring. Each student project involves telling stories about particular city spaces. There’s a little photography, several video interviews, […]
Recently, many factions at the College have become interested in exploring opportunities in e-learning. E-learning is a difficult topic to talk about on campus, with faculty members worried that this means putting classes online and increasing enrollments beyond our capacity, and administrators not quite sure what they mean when they say “e-learning.” So when our […]
So my last article was about how useful the iPad was as an academic tool, but I decided it was all pretty abstract, so I thought that a real test of the iPad’s usefulness would be to go a week without using a normal computer and just using the iPad to accomplish all the tasks […]
This is a temporary fix until the process can be automated by IT. First, you’ll want to download the Faculty Dossier template here: Download Blackboard Faculty Review template (the file will by default be called ExportFile_FACREV-Template.zip. Make sure you download the file somewhere you can find it. Next, Create a non-academic Blackboard course site using […]