Hypothes.is is a great tool for collaboratively annotating text on websites, and it’s WordPress plugin is a reliable way to add this functionality to your site. Contact your instructional technologist if you’re interested in adding the hypothes.is to your WordPress site, or want to talk about how you can add this tool to your course content.
In the Spring of 2014 I had the opportunity to work with 3 different faculty members in the History department who wanted to experiment with having their students visualize data using maps and timelines. While they each had different goals and objectives the guiding principles were the same. We wanted the students to be able […]
Trinity is beginning to support WASS (Web Appointment Scheduling System) as a way to facilitate appointments, especially student appointments. WASS is an open-source software project that was launched at Princeton University, and is used at a variety of institutions across the country. With WASS, you can: specify blocks of time that you have made available […]