We hope you had a great semester, and are able to spend time with loved ones, relaxing, and reading. To help you with the latter, this is a list of the semester’s posts organized by topic. Please enjoy! We will see you in 2018!
Innovative Teaching from the Technology Fellows
- An ever-popular topic on the blog is Wikipedia, read Ariella Rotramel’s most recent update: Teaching with Wikipedia, the Fall 2017 Edition
- Language-learning related posts include Videoconferencing for students in the elementary language classes, A virtual field trip through the streets of Rome via Google Satellite View, and Searching for native speakers for video-chats with students all by Frida Morelli
- Dave Chavanne explores how to create meaningful discussion while traveling in Africa (or from home on a snow day) in his posts Productive and Meaningful (Virtual) Class Discussions and Virtual Discussion: Take 1
- Exploring Gender and Sexuality Through Fictional Ethnography by Joyce Bennett explains a creative pedagogical solution to some challenging problems
- I spent a lot of time this semester thinking about and working with faculty on implementing digital portfolios. Sabrina Notarfrancisco and Ariella Rotramel wrote about this topic: Getting It Together! Teaching with Digital Portfolios: Part 1 and Getting It Together! Teaching with Digital Portfolios: Part 2
We love thinking and talking about Open Access, so we use Open Access Week (October 22-28) to share information on this important topic with you. If you didn’t have a chance to read these posts in October, check them out now.
Resources & Tips
When you’re ready to plan for spring, these posts can help.
- New Interdisciplinary Image Content in ARTstor’s Digital Library by Lyndsay Bratton
- Avoiding the Rabbit Hole of Distractions on YouTube: How to Embed YouTube Videos Into Moodle by Anthony Graesch
- Need Tech Help? Want to Learn Something New?
- Using Google Drive for Peer Review by Joyce Bennett
- Leveling the Playing Field with DELI by Sabrina Notarfrancisco