Mary Mahoney

Mary Mahoney, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities

LITC 167
860-297-2146
mary.mahoney@trincoll.edu

Recent posts by Mary:
  • How to Create a Padlet and Embed it into Moodle July 2020, Padlet is a collaborative bulletin board tool that allows teachers and students to share ideas and resources. It has a wide range of functionality and can allow users to share comments, links, YouTube videos, files, images, etc. This tutorial will demonstrate how to create a Padlet and how to embed it into a Moodle course ...
  • How to Embed Google Slides into Moodle July 2020, Faculty may find it helpful to embed Google Slides directly into their Moodle course sites for students to use. This tutorial will explain how to embed a Google Slide presentation into a Moodle course site. Navigate to the google slide presentation you want to embed into your Moodle site. 2. Within Google Slides, click “File” ...
  • How to Make a Story Map May 2020, Story Map JS is a free tool to help you tell stories on the web that highlight the locations of a series of events. It allows users to incorporate images, sound, video, and text with geographically based storytelling.   You can see Story Map JS at work in these samples:   Southern Literary Trail (Georgia Humanities)   Hockey, Hip Hop, and other Green Line Highlights (Minnesota Post)   Story ...
  • How to make a Timeline with Timeline JS May 2020, Timeline JS is an open-source tool that enables anyone to build visually rich, interactive timelines. Beginners can create a timeline using nothing more than a Google spreadsheet. More experienced makers can use json to customize timelines while keeping its core functionality.   Timelines can integrate text with images, maps, videos, websites, etc.   You can see Timeline JS at work in these sample Timelines:   Bulger ...
  • Online Learning Resource Guide for Faculty March 2020, This guide is intended to provide faculty with materials to transition their courses to online instruction. It offers resources on how to think about online instruction as a method, key tools to help as you begin this process, and contact information for Research, Instruction, Technology staff who can help. This guide is inspired by the Covid-19 Resources for Alternative Modes ...