Monthly Archives: October 2009

A New Digital Environment for Building Cultural Connections

Staff from the Center for Media and Instructional Innovation (CMI2), David Hirsch and Gabe Rossi, and Lecturer in Comparative Literature, George Syrimis presented a new digital environment born of a partnership between the CMI2, the MacMillan Center, and the Hellenic … Continue reading

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Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro

Trip Kirkpatrick and John Graves from the Center for Language Study described the many uses the Center makes of Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro (AACP). AACP is software which allows you to create instant, collaborative meetings with just a web browser … Continue reading

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Twitter

Joe Murphy (libraryfuture on Twitter), ¬†Science Librarian, ¬†Coordinator¬† of Instruction and Technology, claimed that Twitter may well be a necessary tool for this information-connected era. He introduced Twitter as a useful teaching tool. Joe used his own Twitter account as … Continue reading

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Twitter feeds from today’s Tw/TT session on Twitter

A few attendees actually used Twitter to blog today’s session on Twitter. Please check out the accounts listed below for the live commentary on our session about Twitter. The YaleCLC Twitter account [thank you, Themba!]: http://twitter.com/YaleCLC Joe Murphy’s Twitter account: … Continue reading

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Photosynth

Stacey Maples, GIS Assistant, from the Map Library, demoed Photosynth, a web-based free service that takes unstructured collections of photographs (of a single object or place) and reconstructs a 3D image from sets of flat photographs. You can download Photosynth … Continue reading

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Beyond Powerpoint: 8 online tools

Presenters: Robin Ladouceur, Instructional Design Specialist, Instructional Technology Group Pam Patterson, Sr. Instructional Technologist, Instructional Technology Group Robin began with a personal story about Powerpoint, which detailed her frustration and fumbling with the omnipresent Microsoft product, and was one that … Continue reading

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