Tuesday, April 5th from 3-4pm
LIB 105A or Polycom 712833
We will be starting the new ACTT process with a Kick-Off meeting. This is an open, non-mandatory meeting for anyone who is interested in learning about the Academic Cyberinfrastructure Transformation Team to attend. We will introduce the new team members, structure, and thoughts on how the Team activities will be evaluated.
This is an open meeting, please share with anyone who is interested in learning about the ACTT.
Academic Technology – Joe Antonioli
Center for Teaching and Learning – Bill Koulopoulos
Central Systems and Networked Services – David Guertin
Digital Learning – Sean Morris
Digital Liberal Arts – Alicia Peaker
HelpDesk – Joe Durante
InfoSec – Paul Dicovitsky
Librarians – Stacy Reardon
Media Services – Mack Pauly
MIIS Digital Learning Commons – Bob Cole, Amy Slay
SR Hardware – Jamie Carroll
SR Software – Zach Schuetz
Web Applications – Adam Franco
The New Media Consortium (NMC) and EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) are jointly releasing the NMC Horizon Report > 2016 Higher Education Edition at the 2016 ELI Annual Meeting. This 13th edition describes annual findings from the NMC Horizon Project, an ongoing research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in higher education.
Below is the official proposal for the adoption of Canvas, crafted and submitted by the Curricular Technology Team. Many faculty, students and staff contributed to the pilot that informed the proposal, we sincerely appreciate everyone’s efforts. There are a couple of notes about the proposal: The proposal assumes that the Canvas budget request will still... [Continue reading]
We’ve added another session to the Digital Media Bootcamp.
Wilson Media Lab
Quicktime, SnapZ Pro, MPEG Streamclip, Scanners, Plotters and more @ 2:15pm
Date: January 18, 2016
Mack Roark – This workshop will teach you the basic functionality of Apple’s Quicktime, how to use SnapZ Pro to do a screen capture of video, and how to use features of MPEG StreamClip to view and convert video clips. Also included is an overview and demonstration of the scanners, plotter, and capture station located in the Wilson Multimedia Development Lab. You will learn the basics of how to operate these devices and the software associated with them. This is a 2 hour workshop.
Zotero for Everyone: Organize Your Research @ 4:30pm in LIB 201
Date: January 14, 2016
Are you drowning in journal articles and books, but not sure how to keep track of it all? Are you working on a senior project or need help managing your resources? Let us help you on the next stage of your journey as a power researcher. After this workshop, you’ll be an expert in Zotero, the citation management tool that can help you save, organize, and cite your sources, and you’ll be able to create bibliographies with the click of a button. This workshop will be taught by Middlebury research librarian Stacy Reardon. PLEASE NOTE THE ALTERNATE ROOM.