(to those of you who arrived here from one of our surveys)
The Curricular Technology team has started a Uservoice site to gather ideas about curricular technnology needs at Middlebury, see:
Anyone can vote on existing ideas or suggest new ones. This is an opportunity for you to tell us what you need or tell us what ideas/suggestions you think are good by voting on the site. We’ve put up a few ideas based on what we think are the Functional Requirements for Segue Replacements.
Alternatively, you can also email us your ideas for “must have” or desired features of curricular technology platforms/applications (LISCurricularTechnologyTeam@middlebury.edu). Let us know too, if you’d like an interview with a team member to present your ideas or discuss a particular set of functional requirements.
In addition to the general curricular technology needs survey that will be sent to all faculty, we invite you to fill out the following surveys. These supplementary surveys ask more in depth question about particular topics.
A number of courses and programs of study have used Measure to create online quizzes and exams. A number of focus group participants expressed interest in online assessment and grading. This survey asks more in depth questions on this topic
This short survey has questions about how best to document, support and disseminate curricular technologies.
This survey has questions related to recording audio for courses including:
- creating lecture podcasts (i.e. audio recordings of your lectures)
- creating audio resources for your students
- requiring your students to submit audio recordings for assignments.
This survey has similar questions as the Audio Technologies survey, but is focussed on video