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'Staff Workshops' Archive

4/24 Tech Talk: Using 3D Technology to Interrogate the History of Women in Science

Posted April 22, 2018

The History of Women in Science (HoWiS) Project seeks not only to document the vibrant history of early Bryn Mawr graduates who went on to pursue science careers, but to reconstruct their daily experiences in scientific spaces through the use of 3D technology. The project team also hopes to evaluate the various ways 3D technology, […]

Learning Opportunities: College Phone System

Posted April 17, 2018

On the weekend of June 8-10, Bryn Mawr College will begin using a new phone system. This means new phones, new voicemail, and the addition of many frequently requested features. We’re pleased to offer a program of learning opportunities that will help you become familiar with the new system. Download the Learning Opportunities Brochure Q&A […]

4/24 Tech Talk: Using 3D Technology to Interrogate the History of Women in Science

Posted April 16, 2018

The History of Women in Science (HoWiS) Project seeks not only to document the vibrant history of early Bryn Mawr graduates who went on to pursue science careers, but to reconstruct their daily experiences in scientific spaces through the use of 3D technology. The project team also hopes to evaluate the various ways 3D technology, […]

4/3 Tech Talk: Building a Course with Emerging Technologies

Posted April 2, 2018

This semester, Educational Technology Services staff is offering a Praxis Fieldwork Seminar on Exploring Museum Applications of Augmented and Virtual Reality. The classroom component of the course focuses on how digital technologies are shaping the work of museums and other cultural institutions and the scholarship of museum studies. This is complemented by a hands-on fieldwork […]

4/3 Tech Talk: Building a Course with Emerging Technologies

Posted March 27, 2018

This semester, Educational Technology Services staff is offering a Praxis Fieldwork Seminar on Exploring Museum Applications of Augmented and Virtual Reality. The classroom component of the course focuses on how digital technologies are shaping the work of museums and other cultural institutions and the scholarship of museum studies. This is complemented by a hands-on fieldwork […]

3/13 Tech Talk: Perspectives on Universal Design for Learning

Posted March 12, 2018

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that guides the creation of flexible learning environments that are accessible to all learners. In this Tech Talk, Bi-Co community members will discuss steps they have taken to incorporate UDL principles into various teaching contexts and increase access for a wide variety of learners. This panel will […]

3/13 Tech Talk: Perspectives on Universal Design for Learning

Posted March 6, 2018

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework that guides the creation of flexible learning environments that are accessible to all learners. In this Tech Talk, Bi-Co community members will discuss steps they have taken to incorporate UDL principles into various teaching contexts and increase access for a wide variety of learners. This panel will […]

Staff Development Day (3/14) Schedule Announced!

Posted February 28, 2018

All BMC staff are warmly invited to attend the 5th annual Staff Development Day, sponsored by LITS and the Staff Association. This event is an afternoon geared towards staff members’ professional and personal development. Spend a part of Spring Break gaining new skills and sharing knowledge with your colleagues! When: Wednesday, March 14th from 12 […]

2/20 Tech Talk: Using Google Earth as a Research Tool: Digital Survey, Mapping, and Visibility

Posted February 19, 2018

Conduct a survey from your desk! Andrea Samz-Pustol, a graduate student in the Classical & Near Eastern Archaeology department, discusses how to conduct a digital survey of an archaeological site using Google Earth, a free and user friendly program. Using her research on land transport of stone for ancient Greek colonies in Sicily, she will […]

2/20 Tech Talk: Using Google Earth as a Research Tool: Digital Survey, Mapping, and Visibility

Posted February 13, 2018

Conduct a survey from your desk! Andrea Samz-Pustol, a graduate student in the Classical & Near Eastern Archaeology department, discusses how to conduct a digital survey of an archaeological site using Google Earth, a free and user friendly program. Using her research on land transport of stone for ancient Greek colonies in Sicily, she will […]

1/30 Tech Talk: 3D Modeling and Augmented Reality for Cultural Heritage

Posted January 29, 2018

In this Tech Talk, PhD candidate Alexander Brey (History of Art) discusses how and why he has used 3D Modeling for reconstruction in his own research on early Islamic architecture, presenting the benefits and challenges associated with this approach as well as some of the popular technologies employed in the field. He also explores the […]

1/30 Tech Talk: 3D Modeling and Augmented Reality for Cultural Heritage

Posted January 23, 2018

In this Tech Talk, PhD candidate Alexander Brey (History of Art) discusses how and why he has used 3D Modeling for reconstruction in his own research on early Islamic architecture, presenting the benefits and challenges associated with this approach as well as some of the popular technologies employed in the field. He also explores the […]

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