Monthly Archives: October 2010

Laptops in the Classroom — Graduate Teaching Fellows Panel Discussion

The Teaching with Technology Tuesday for 26 October 2010 was held as a panel discussion, a different format for the CLC series. With the special sponsorship of the Graduate Teaching Center, we featured three graduate students discussing their views and … Continue reading

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Beyond the Blog

Professor Sam See, English department, and Alison Kanovsky, graduate student in American Studies, and Robin Ladouceur, Instructional Design Specialist from ITG, presented for today's lecture. Robin started with a recap of a NPR segment that pointed out Andrew Sullivan's blog … Continue reading

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Library Digital Collections tool

Carolyn Caizzi, Technology Specialist for Yale’s Visual Resources Collection, Mike Friscia, Web Developer for the Yale University Library, and Aaron Hyman, graduate student in History of Art presented the new Library Digital Collections tool and how to incorporate it in … Continue reading

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There has been, and continues to be, much speculation about what role Apple's iPad could play in education. Almost 6 months after the iPad's release, ambivalence about the iPad's place in higher education reigns. The device appears best suited to … Continue reading

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