If you’re in the Williamsburg area this week, come to the Teaching & Technology Expo on Friday, April 19th! The Expo, at 11:30-1:30 in Miller Hall 2025, will have faculty and staff who are experts in various teaching technologies available to answer questions and talk to you about their experiences. There will also be door prizes, including an iPad Mini!
At February 2012’s eLearning Community Meeting hosted at the Mason School of Business, Ed School professor Judi Harris shared with us an overview of blended learning. While most faculty at William & Mary already use blended learning in their classes – for example through using Blackboard discussion boards, or wikis – they may not realize […]
At the first IT and Swem collaborative brown bag of the semester, Swem Library hosted an open mic event for faculty and staff to come and share their favorite mobile apps. In this post I’ll do a brief overview of the apps shared and give a time-stamp from the Adobe Connect recording if you’re interested […]
“Using Reference Managers” was the third of Swem Library and Academic Technology’s three-part brown bag series Thinking About Next Semester: Simple Tools You Can Use to Enhance Your Classes. This brown bag featured an overview of three different reference manager tools – RefWorks, Zotero, and Mendeley. In this post I’ll cover what each presenter talked about […]
Swem Library in collaboration with Academic Technology hosted a recent brown bag on video resources as the second part of a three-part series called Thinking About Next Semester: Simple Tools You Can Use to Enhance Your Classes. The “Working with Video in the Classroom” brown bag featured three presentations on the video resources available to […]
In collaboration with Academic Technology, Swem Library staff hosted a recent brown bag as the first part of a three-part series called Thinking About Next Semester: Simple Tools You Can Use to Enhance Your Classes. In this post, based on the “Images in the Classroom – and Beyond!” brown bag, I’ll give you a […]