Cheryl Cape, Instructional Technologist

Cheryl joined the Educational Technology team as an Instructional Technologist in July 2014, and she is the primary contact person for faculty in the sciences. Her academic background is in Earth science, with experience in GIS, teaching and academic technology support.

Make an appointment with Cheryl

LITC 132
860-297-2109
Cheryl.Cape@Trincoll.edu

Recent posts by Cheryl:
  • Introducing Poll Everywhere! November 2018, Educational Technology has purchased a site license for the web-based audience participation software, Poll Everywhere. We encourage faculty and staff to use this platform as an alternative to the Turning Technologies clickers that we can no longer support (without added fees). Poll Everywhere can be used in the classroom or during meetings to collect live, ...
  • We are hiring Student Technology Assistants for 2018-2019! August 2018, Update 9/19 – due to the large number of applicants, applications have now been closed. If you would like to add your name to a waiting list to be considered for future openings in the program, please email Cheryl Cape at cheryl.cape@trincoll.edu. The Educational Technology group is looking to hire motivated students to join our Student ...
  • CET Map July 2018, Click on a computer to see a listing of installed software.
  • TOW: Sharing a work space using Office 365 Groups May 2018, Assigned to a staff or faculty committee that needs to produce collaborative documents? Tired of emailing competing versions of files back and forth? One strategy is to start using the power of Microsoft’s Office 365 Groups. Groups creates a workspace where you can set up meetings for your committee using the Outlook calendar, monitor a shared discussion ...
  • Greatest Hits in Educational Technology: Episode 1 – Teaching Neuroscience with a $60 Web Cam February 2018,   This video documents how Dr. Chris Swart, a faculty member in Neuroscience, used $60 webcams to teach an advanced exercise in his neuroethology lab, NESC-362, Fall Semester 2017. Not only does the video highlight how low-cost technology can be used effectively in an advanced science lab, but it also showcases the video production skills of the ...