2012 Instructional Technology Faculty Fellows

2013 Instructional Technology Faculty Fellows

2014 Educational Technology Faculty Fellows

2015 Educational Technology Faculty Fellows

The Program seeks to select a diverse group from all level of teaching experience, technology use, and project implementation and across all disciplines. Successful applicants will be expected to attend all sessions, must be willing to communicate to their department and campus the projects and tools with which they are working, and must be teaching a course in the 2015-2016 academic year. Upon completion of the week-long portion of the program participants will receive a certificate, designation as an Educational Technology Faculty Fellow, and have access to a personal $1000 technology project fund.

2017 Educational Technology Faculty Fellows

2017 Faculty Fellows The Educational Technology Faculty Fellows Program is a unique experience for any member of the campus community whose continuing contract has a teaching component. The dates for this year’s program are May 22nd- May 26th (5:30-7:30 PM on Monday the 22nd, 1-4 PM on Tuesday the 23rd, and 9-4 Wednesday-Friday with lunch from noon-1). The […]

Beginning of the Year Educational Technology Workshops 2015

Educational Technology is hosting pre-semester workshops for faculty August 18, 19, and 24. Topics include course management options including Moodle and WordPress (our Voices blogging software) and interactive whiteboards and projectors including SMART and Epson BrightLink. We will be repeating the sessions and hosting in a variety of locations, so please join us at a […]

Beginning of the Year Educational Technology Workshops 2016

Educational Technology is hosting pre-semester workshops for faculty August 16, 17, 18, 22, and 23. Topics include: course management options including Moodle and WordPress (our Voices blogging software) classroom technologies including Apple TV and interactive projectors We will be repeating the sessions and hosting in a variety of locations, so please join us at a […]


Bigfoot sighted in Taylor Hall. Thought to be new faculty member. Eyewitnesses report seeing him swearing in frustration at fat-fingering touch keys on his iPhone.

Blender Workshop

Blender is an open source program that can be used in game design, modeling, animation, and image editing. This workshop series will teach some modeling and animation basics and techniques within Blender. Participants will start by creating a bear model and finish with animations and textures for the bear. The resources for each part of the workshop series […]

Blogging in the curriculum

Wooster has recently gotten some notice for what Instructional Technology has been doing with the Voices blogging service. We are one of the first schools to begin making use of the new BuddyPress extension and specifically to make use of its group functionality. This semester we have a few professors making use of this new […]

Connecting with Students Using WordPress

Dr. Matthew Hooley, visiting Assistant Professor in the English department, sat down to chat with us about how he has been using WordPress.

Creating Posters with Photoshop workshop series

Photoshop POSTER Series (3 parts) Adobe Photoshop is used for many purposes: digital drawing, photo editing, and graphic designing. Because of its multitasking, many users get confused by its large number of tools. To avoid the confusion, it is important to know that for each purpose, the user only touches upon some of Photoshop’s features. […]

Creating Virtual Worlds with Unity

Agenda Unity is a free cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies and used to develop video games and immersive 3D environments for computers, consoles, mobile devices and websites. In this workshop we’ll focus on what Unity can do. We’ll be using some free Unity Asset Store packages to build a simple scene you can […]

Digital Abstracts

As the first phase and one aspect of a project funded by a grant from the McGregor Fund to establish an undergraduate research center, over 60 students will be preparing digital abstracts in the 2010-11 academic year. Subsequent phases will expand the number of students completing digital abstracts until all seniors are preparing digital abstracts, […]

EDUCAUSE Learning Initiatives Conference Feb 4-6

eFest on November 12

Instructional Technology and The College Libraries are excited to be hosting ‘eFest,’ an event showcasing new tools for faculty and students to enhance instruction and learning. The event will take place on November 12 in Lowry Center from 12 until 3 PM. Information and demonstrations will feature touch-screen monitors, woodle, RSS readers, Artstor, MDID, Endnote, […]

eFest Success

For the very first time on Nov. 13, The College of Wooster Libraries and Instructional Technology hosted ‘eFest,’ an event open to faculty, staff, and students designed to showcase tools for instruction and learning. Over sixty attendees gathered to learn about SMART Sympodiums, MDID, Artstor, Illiad, Endnote, Blogs, and many other technologies. Door prizes included […]

Electronic Gaming

What is it? Electronic gaming is the use of consoles, computers, and electronic handheld devices to play games, generally referred to as video games.  There are multiple types of games, such as role playing games, real time strategy, first person shooter, racing games, puzzles, massive multiplayer online, and more.  Games cover a wide variety of […]


What is it? Described by its founders as a ‘learning landscape’, Elgg provides each user with their own weblog, file repository (with podcasting capabilities), an online profile and an RSS reader. Additionally, all of a user’s content can be tagged with keywords – so they can connect with other users with similar interests and create […]

ELI Online Conference

This year the Instructional Technology department is happy to provide an exciting new professional development opportunity for the campus community.  From February 14 – 16 we have subscribed to the online version of the Educause Learning Initiative  (ELI) Annual Meeting.  There is no cost for you to attend any of the sessions.  To view the […]