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Monthly Archives: October 2008
In this TwTT session, Scott Matheson, Web Manager at the Library and Howard Barnaby, Program Coordinator at the Center for Language Study, discussed copyright concerns and the complexities of the fair use defense as both relate to course-based uses of … Continue reading
David Hirsch, Associate Director and Senior Course Developer, and Gabriel Rossi, Instructional Technologist, from the Yale Center for Media and Instructional Innovation, introduced several innovative ways their group can assist faculty in presenting digital images to audiences through in-house tools … Continue reading
Next week – November 11th What's on the Horizon Guest Speaker Bryan Alexander, Director for Research at the National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE ) New technologies seem to be coming out every day, but what technologies will … Continue reading
Next week – November 4th TabletPCs - Professor/Student Collaboration with Digital Ink Faculty members frequently express interest in being able to annotate lecture notes whether they are Word, PDF, PowerPoint or image documents. Many also want to increase in-class student … Continue reading
Oct. 28; 1:00 - 2:00pm; Bass Library L01
Oct. 21; 1:00 - 2:00pm; Bass Library L01 A discussion about copyright and teaching.
October 14th; 1:00 - 2:00pm; Bass Library L01 Gabe Rossi and others from CMI will present.
Next week - October 7 Wikis This TwTT session will highlight wikis as teaching tools. A wiki is a page or set of web pages designed to allow anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content. The collaborative online … Continue reading
Yianni Yessios, Manager of Web Technology in the Instructional Technology Group [ITG], introduced Ynote, an application developed in-house at ITG. Ynote allows a group of researchers to share, manage and explore a shared pool of notes, thereby facilitating collaborative scholarship. … Continue reading