Even if you weren’t able to make it to the 2nd annual Pedagogy and Technology Fair earlier this month, you still can see some of the presenters online. We’re adding many of their stories to our Teaching with Technology blog. Learn about clickers, Wikipedia, the campus tree map and more (to come!).
The Sciences Faculty Advisory Group met in May. Notes are here: Sciences Advisory Group – Notes from Spring 2010 Meeting.
The agenda for this meeting was:
1. Update on Segue replacement – 10 min. [Alex Chapin]
2. Other updates – 5 min. [Carrie — and anyone else]
3. Review draft goals for research skills program – 15 min. [Carrie]
4. What impact has the new student printing system had on your classes? – 10 min. [Carrie]
I’ve just posted a case study to the Teaching with Technology blog. Jeff Byers, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, created his Middlebury Trailrunner blog as a community resource for like-minded runners. Running is just a hobby for Jeff, but the technology behind the project has potential curricular applications from biology to environmental studies to writing, and even perhaps to art(!). Read more.