Technology Workshops for Students Fa18

Student Technology Assistants are offering a series of workshops crafted specifically for students. To view workshop details and to register, visit the links below or our Facebook page. Please bring a device to the workshop. All sessions are held at 7PM in The Digital Studio in Andrews Library (unless otherwise noted). Motion Graphics: Illustrator to After Effects […]

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Use digital images in a course

Images are a powerful tool to engage students and enhance learning in the classroom.  Faculty can integrate images from their own research into lectures or place images in online course materials for students to explore, comment on, or use as a basis for a student research project.  Online collections of images at Wooster or at […]

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Searching for free images to use in your next digital project? Consider looking someplace other than Google. See Kathleen Morris' updated Simple Guide To Free Images, Copyright, and Creative Commons for Students and Teachers
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Clicking is Learning?

Educational Technology’s own, Megan Smeznik, wrote an article for the National Council on Public History about the challenges and the opportunities for crafting a digital history pedagogy. She emphasizes in the article about the importance of all those invested in the information community coming together and developing a holistic pedagogy that not only promotes scholarship […]

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