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Pecha Kucha in the Classroom

Pecha Kucha is a simple presentation format devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham where you show 20 slides or images, each for only 20 second.  The images or slides advance automatically to keep you on time and you can only talk about each slide or image while it’s being displayed.  Designed to keep presentations […]

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TLT Faculty Social!

Come join us on the third floor of the JC Long Building for TLT’s annual Faculty Social scheduled for Thursday, September 20th, from 2:00pm-4:00pm. The instructional technologists will be showcasing a variety of educational tools such as Augmented Reality apps, eReaders, OAKS, and more! We’ll also have prices, food and wine! Look for our flyers around campus! We hope to […]

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Using Diigo for Collaborative Research

Diigo is a social bookmarking tool on steroids.  Like other social bookmarking tools you can easily bookmark websites and web-based research and resources, storing them online and making them accessible from anywhere with an internet connection.   You can also share your sites or lists with the public or a group.  What sets Diigo apart […]

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Comparing Sharing: Lending eBooks between the Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble Nook

One of my favorite pastimes is reading.  It has become a family joke that my book obsession will land us in the poorhouse, but at least we’ll be well-read!  It was no surprise that when the Amazon Kindle was announced that I was one of the first to purchase the eReader.  My best friend, who […]

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Cambridge Digital Library Posts Newton’s Papers

In December the Cambridge Library launched it’s digital library project.  Phase 1, called the Foundations Project, is slated to run from mid-2010 through mid-2013.  This phase includes the Foundations of Faith Collection which includes over 5,000 Islamic Manuscripts, and the Foundations of Science Collection which contains the “largest and most important collection of scientific works of Isaac […]

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Share information, documents, calendars, tasks, and more.

Looking for a way to share information with CofC colleagues?  Try SharePoint. Microsoft SharePoint Services is another resource provided by the College.  It  is a web-based collaboration tool that allows users to share information, documents, calendars, tasks, and more. Access to SharePoint Services sites is restricted to on campus only.  This means that you can […]

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