Digital Storytelling: Linking Language Learning with Student Experience
One Space… or Two?
Dr. Felix Kronenberg, Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures and Director of the Language Learning Center at Rhodes College, made an excellent case for the effectiveness of digital storytelling as tool for language learning in a recent ACS webinar. Broadly defining digital storytelling as the process of pairing images with students’ writing or speech, Kronenberg […]
Instructional Technology Success Stories
Farhad Manjoo answers why you should never, ever use two spaces after a period. What do you think?
What Faculty Want From IT
Learn about highly effective ways in which instructional technologists work with faculty and suggest your own ideas.
The Chronicle of Higher Education – ‘Hacking’ and ‘Yacking’ About the Digital Humanities
Faculty don’t always see eye to eye with the IT department. Here, Campus Technology looks at the top 10 services faculty really want IT to deliver.
Help! I Need Software! What Do I Do Next?
“…the DH community—and the larger communities to which its members belong—must struggle to find ways to become more inclusive, not because we’re “nice,” but because that’s what scholars should do: Work together to figure out what we don’t know.” Full text from the Chronicle of Higher Education may be found here.
Hendrix College Technology Services: 2012-2013 Recap
One of the most common requests we receive in our Instructional Technology area is something along the lines of: I need [software name] to do [teaching function]. Can you get it for me? The short and simple answer is “Yes, we can get it for you.” However, the potentially disappointing coda to this answer is […]
Hendrix College 2013 Faculty Technology Research Project
Last year was a great year for Technology Services… and this year promises to be even better. Here’s a 30-second recap, as well as a preview of coming attractions!
This past Spring, Dr. Lisa Leitz collaborated with the Hendrix College Technology Services area, conducting research to determine usage patterns, attitudes, and perceptions that Hendrix faculty experience with regard to technology at Hendrix in general, and faculty instructional technology more specifically. We also wanted to determine faculty interest for creating a separate space on campus for a […]
First, thanks for visiting the site. We’ve been busy getting it ready for the new year and plan to add to the site throughout the year and beyond. Part of the reason for creating this site is to better communicate with faculty. You’ll find information about workshops and events organized through Instructional Technology, as well […]