Many Bryn Mawr faculty members are expanding student learning by integrating instructional and other academic technologies into their classrooms and assignments. Staff are also employing some of these technologies for purposes related to curriculum and pedagogy.
To help BMC community members know who on campus to go to for advice and help, Information Services has published a handy new guide:
Some of the academic technologies now available at Bryn Mawr include:
- One-on-one Moodle training
- iPads in the classroom
- Lecture capture and video streaming
- Classroom response/polling “clickers”
- Bryn Mawr’s institutional repository for faculty and staff publications
- Web conferencing in the classroom
- … and more…
The guide details a full list of platforms, gadgets and techniques that Bryn Mawr community members are exploring.
Staff members from several groups are ready to offer consultations and support in making and implementing academic technology plans. The detailed directory of who to contact for help with particular tools is clearly indicated on the guide.