Some Resources on Course Packs & Copyright

On June 27 at noon, Information Services had an initial conversation about course packs. Here are some resources that were mentioned during that conversation: Stanford’s Copyright & Fair Use site, in particular the page on academic coursepacks SensusAccess (file converter for accessibility): http://commons.trincoll.edu/trinedtech/sensusaccess/ Hypothes.is (web annotation tool): https://web.hypothes.is (You can see hypothes.is in action in […]

Help, I Have a Pile of Research and I Don’t Know What It Means and I’m Tired of Reading: Digital Tools for Understanding Research

On May 17th, 2016, the Trinity College Library and Center for Teaching and Learning hosted a workshop for faculty on practical applications of the ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. This post the digital tools preview that were previewed during that presentation. Contact your Instructional Technologist to learn more about incorporating these tools into […]

AAEEBL 2014 Conference Recap

Last week, I presented at the Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning conference in Boston. Essentially, this is the ePortfolio conference. I attended several interesting sessions, from a range of conference tracks – from Digital Storytelling, to Learning-Oriented Assessment to Multimodal Assessment. The sessions I attended didn’t dwell the “nuts-and-bolts” of the educational technology […]