Our mobile / portal site is now on version 2 of the Kurogo framework, has a different design and some new features like integration with the campus map.
We made several updates to the Course Catalog service. It now supports courses that occur in just part of a term and have customized start/end dates, like PE classes and some off-campus programs. Additionally, we’ve updated the font used to render schedules. Course codes can now include lower-case letters and we’ve added a robots.txt file to the service making it easier for search engines to crawl.
The Appointments+ plugin for WordPress is a significant upgrade from the version we had been running (1.4.4). If you had tried this plugin before and it didn’t meet your needs, the new version may be worth a second look.
Creating a new website for the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Building out the configuration of our Omeka, and CAS servers in Chef, which is a configuration management system. We have already completed this work for our Drupal, WordPress, MediaWiki, GO, and the Course Catalog services.
Upgrading the Drupal sites for the Davis programs, Dining Menus, and Museum of Art to Drupal 8.
Integrating Panopto (streaming videos) and Canvas (LMS).
Providing Course Hub access for Schools Abroad courses.
Please join us on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 12:15 pm in the CTLR located in the Davis Family Library, Suite 225.
We live now in a world where the traditional media has been supplanted by a much more complicated set of media outlets and platforms. How do we understand this new reality? What sorts of strategies might we use to keep ourselves informed? What sorts of media literacies must we cultivate in ourselves and in our students ?
Join us for a panel discussion led by Amy Collier (Office of Digital Learning), Sue Halpern (EAM), Terry Simpkins (Library), and Jason Mittell (FMMC)
Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP for lunch by 4 pm on Friday, March 10, 2017.
The Academic Roundtable is co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching, Learning, & Research
The fellowships office will host information sessions in the spring semester for students interested in learning more and applying to the Watson, Fulbright, British, and Schwarzman Scholarships. Look here for dates and times shortly. A few notes: Students interested in applying for Rhodes, Marshall, Churchill or Mitchell Scholarship nomination MUST submit an internal application by […]
Join us at the Rohatyn Center on Thursday, Feb 23 at 12:30pm to talk with Tim Fraser ’16, currently conducting research in Japan with a Fulbright grant. Students can learn about Tim’s experience as well as the process for applying for a Fulbright grant as a senior or after graduation.