Happy summer! Graduation was one month ago and you are probably settled into your summer routine (which may be no routine at all!). This is also a good time to catch up on the blog posts you didn’t have time to read during the semester. To get you started, here are the most popular posts published this year.
The blog will take a vacation in the month of July, but we are still here! If you would like to meet with any member of the Instructional Technology team to discuss technology in your classes, summer is a great time to do it. Start with your Instructional Technology liaison if you are not sure who to contact.
The top 10 blog posts published in the 2015-16 academic year are:
- Adding Voices to Scholarship: Wikipedia Editing by Ariella Rotramel
- Beyond Pencil and Paper: Audio Assignments Via Moodle by Wendy Moy
- Digital Storytelling Tools: StoryMapJS by Lyndsay Bratton
- The JSTOR of Data Archives: ICPSR by Andrew Lopez & Jessica McCullough
- Bringing Theory to Practice through Kitchen Technologies by Rachel Black
- Guidelines for Student Photographs by Emily Morash
- Workshop Recap: Teaching with Twitter by Jessica McCullough
- Visualization Wall Update by Lyndsay Bratton
- P-Card Accounting On the Fly (or in Vietnam) by Anthony Graesch
- When Risks Pay Off in the Classroom by Jessica McCullough
Image credit: “Connecticut College, Arboretum, Amphitheater and pond, March 5, 1977.” Photograph by Ted Hendrickson.