2019 Educational Technology Faculty Fellows

Purpose 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 goals of the program are to increase the number of faculty taking advantage of technologies in their teaching and scholarship, to familiarize faculty with tools and project types with […]

Fall 2008 woodle Usage Report

Learning Management Systems (LMS) are rapidly becoming a near-ubiquitous feature in the technological landscape of higher academic institutions. By providing collaborative and pedagogical tools to instructors in a digital setting, instruction is more readily extended beyond the classroom by an LMS in that they provide access to materials and instruments anywhere that a student or […]

Fall 2009 Woodle Usage Report

Learning Management Systems (LMS) are rapidly becoming a near-ubiquitous feature in the technological landscape of higher academic institutions. By providing collaborative and pedagogical tools to instructors in a digital setting, instruction is more readily extended beyond the classroom by an LMS in that they provide access to materials and instruments anywhere that a student or […]

Film Studies Workshop

Mike, Emily and Jon got to show Dan Bourne, Jen Hayward, Deb Shostak, Margaret Ng, Jim Bonk, Greg Shaya, Rujie Wang, Peter Pozefsky, Ahmet Atay, Madonna Hettinger, Marion Duval, and Beth Muellner how to use iMovie to create a film out of the clips that they had shot using their iPhones. The faculty had organized […]

Formatting a double-sided IS

For help on other formatting techniques, visit our I.S. Formatting post. An independent study typically will have the following structure. Front Matter Title page Abstract Dedication (optional) Acknowledgments (optional) Table of Contents List of Figures (if you have figures) List of Tables (if you have tables) Main Matter Introduction Chapters Back Matter Appendices (optional) Bibliography […]

Loaner Equipment

Information Technology maintains a small selection of innovative hardware and software for faculty, staff, and students to borrow. This equipment has not been deployed across campus. If you’d like to explore some of this equipment, send an e-mail to the Help Desk. For more information on what equipment is available, visit the “Checking Out Equipment” […]

Moodle 18-19

You may have noticed that the Moodle 18-19 server has been available since April, but in a testing phase until yesterday. As of yesterday, your enrollments and courses should be listed as they are listed with the Registrar. Dealing with discrepancies If you notice that there is a discrepancy in enrollments you should: Check Scotweb to verify […]

Moodle New Features

Office 365 connection: allows users to connect their Office 365 account to Moodle Poll: a Block you can add to your course to create a custom poll Analytics Graph: a Block you can add to your course to generate, view and print a variety of graphs related to student behavior in Moodle. These graphs include grade […]

New Year Workshops for Faculty

Join Educational Technology the week of January 7th for a series of pre-semester workshops. Light refreshments will be served.

Poster Printing

Information Technology maintains a high-quality poster printer.  Usage is reserved for academic work (i.e. we can’t print posters for your residence hall room). WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PRINT POSTERS IF THEY ARE SENT TO US ON THE SAME DAY. SIZE:  The width of the poster printer roll is 36 inches. Therefore, one side […]

Senior IS Symposium Resources

Check out Wooster’s web page about Symposium. Please check the symposium guidelines, posters are not the only presentation option at Symposium and there may be a better option available to show off your research. You might also want to consider participating in the the CoRE Awards. Consider registering for Creating a Poster for Symposium for […]

Technology Workshops for Students SP19

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 events begin at 7pm in Andrews Digital Studio (unless otherwise noted) Video Editing with iMovie Monday, February 4th Photoshop Exploring Text with Photoshop […]

Virtual Reality Resources

Google Cardboard Google Cardboard is a virtual reality platform with a very low barrier of entry. It was one of the first  VR platforms released for phones. All you need is a phone and headset. Check out this video for an introduction on Google Cardboard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxAj2lyX4oU Resources and Tutorials Educational Technology has a number of headsets […]

Winter Workshops for Staff & Faculty

Faculty and staff, Warm up this winter by learning more about Microsoft tools and online communication. Thursdays: Microsoft Forms, Groups, and Skype These sessions are geared for staff and faculty interested in using intermediate level Microsoft tools. A basic understanding of Office 365 is helpful. These classes are held from 3-4p.m. in Andrews Library McCoy computer […]