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3/28 Tech Talk: Working with Sound

Posted March 27, 2017

How is sound connected to social, cultural, and political life? And how can we use sound to document and tell stories about social, cultural, and political phenomena? In this talk, Amy Weidman (Anthropology) will provide an overview of how a new course, Waves of Power: The Anthropology and Cultural Politics of Sound, offered for the […]

3/28 Tech Talk: Working With Sound

Posted March 20, 2017

How is sound connected to social, cultural, and political life?  And how can we use sound to document and tell stories about social, cultural, and political phenomena? In this talk, Amy Weidman (Anthropology) will provide an overview of how a new course, Waves of Power: The Anthropology and Cultural Politics of Sound, offered for the first […]

3/7 Tech Talk: Building Digital Exhibits for the Classroom

Posted March 6, 2017

Seeking alternative models for research essays? Looking for ways to engage your students with public audiences? Join Digital Scholarship Specialist Alicia Peaker to learn about Omeka and how you can create beautiful online exhibits of your art, videos, documents, or other collections. Omeka, sometimes referred to as “WordPress for museums,” is a free, flexible, and […]

2/14 Tech Talk: Our History Through a New Lens: Browsing Collections on the CollegeWomen.org Portal for Teaching and Research

Posted February 13, 2017

Interested in women’s college history, or teaching with digital collections? Join us and learn more about Collegewomen.org. February 14, 2017 4:00pm – 5:00pm Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room With the support of a one-year Foundations planning grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the institutions once known as the “Seven Sisters Colleges” launched College […]

1/24 Tech Talk: Student Creative Projects and Faculty Website Development

Posted January 23, 2017

January 24, 2017 4:00pm – 5:00pm Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room Learn more about creative student Sociology projects, building a faculty website, and helping students share their work with the world. Veronica Montes (Sociology) and Cathryne Velazquez (’18) discuss building Dr. Montes’s personal website to showcase her research and the projects of her Sociology students, […]

1/24 Tech Talk: Student Creative Projects and Faculty Website Development

Posted January 17, 2017

January 24, 2017 4:00pm – 5:00pm Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room Learn more about creative student Sociology projects, building a faculty website, and helping students share their work with the world. Veronica Montes (Sociology) and Cathryne Velazquez (’18) discuss building Dr. Montes’s personal website to showcase her research and the projects of her Sociology students, […]

Brain-Based Design Thinking Workshop 1/13

Posted December 8, 2016

Register now to snag one of the remaining seats for the Brain-Based Design Thinking workshop, held Jan. 13 10am-4pm. Held by instructional designer Edward O’Neill, this workshop will be most beneficial to anyone working on project design, implementation, and management. Design-thinking is a methodical approach to creative problem-solving that emphasizes listening, information visualization, ideation and […]

Join us for conversation: ePortfolios for Bryn Mawr Students 12/9 3-4:30pm

Posted December 5, 2016

ePortfolios for Bryn Mawr Students: A Conversation about Enabling Reflection on Learning & Showcasing Competencies for Key Audiences Friday, 12/9, 3:00-4:30, Carpenter B21 Part I: A lightning-round sequence of 5-minute presentations on exemplars and possibilities: Heather Curl, Lecturer in the BiCo Education Program, will present some examples of Education students’ portfolios and talk about her […]

Tech Talk: Mapping the London Cholera Epidemic

Posted December 5, 2016

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 4:00pm – 5:00pm Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room Learn about interactive mapping in the classroom! Melissa Pashigian from Anthropology discusses her Mellon Seed Grant project. Pashigian worked with LITS to develop interactive mapping resources and an in-class assignment on the London cholera epidemic of the 1850s. Students examine different historical maps […]

Tech Talk: Mapping the London Cholera Epidemic

Posted November 30, 2016

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 4:00pm – 5:00pm Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room Learn about interactive mapping in the classroom! Melissa Pashigian from Anthropology discusses her Mellon Seed Grant project. Pashigian worked with LITS to develop interactive mapping resources and an in-class assignment on the London cholera epidemic of the 1850s. Students examine different historical maps […]

Tech Talk: The HoloLens and Mixed Reality in the Classroom

Posted November 22, 2016

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 4:00pm – 5:00pm Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room The HoloLens is a “mixed reality” device, consisting of a set of goggles and onboard computer processor that can superimpose 2-D and 3-D virtual images (aka “holograms”) onto the wearer’s view of the real world. Join us for hands-on experience with the HoloLens […]

Tech Talk: Integrating Computational Skills Development in the Major 11/1 4-5pm

Posted October 31, 2016

Tech Talk: Integrating Computational Skills Development in the Major: Helping Students Achieve Bryn Mawr’s Digital Competencies Tuesday, November 1, 2016 4:00pm – 5:00pm Thomas Hall, Quita Woodward Room Join us as Elizabeth McCormack (Physics), Mark Matlin (Physics), and Doug Blank (Computer Science) demo online, interactive, computational skill-building instructional modules they’ve developed, and learn how the modules […]

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