Building interactive VR objects and environments for course materials or as course assignments has gotten much easier with the development of web frameworks such as A-Frame. This framework leverages WebVR and WebGL APIs using a markup language that should be … Continue reading A-Frame, the WebVR framework for creating 3D visualizations
As we approach the end of the semester, faculty are gearing up for exams. Instead of reading through a stack of blue books or trying to keep track of a bunch of emailed documents, it may be easier to set … Continue reading Setting up an Online Exam
The project proposal submission deadline is fast approaching! The Libraries and ITS invite all current employees (including faculty, instructional staff, and staff) to submit proposals for Swarthmore Projects for Educational Exploration and Development (SPEED) support. SPEED awards primarily consist of … Continue reading SPEED 2019 Project Proposal Deadline – April 15th
Thinking about setting up a course blog for your students and don’t know where to start? There are a few different ways to set up a blog for your students right within Moodle. Campus Pack Social Tools Campus Pack is … Continue reading Blogging in Moodle
As we approach the end of the semester, you may want to take a look at the Swarthmore ITS Course Evaluations page to learn more about the different ways to distribute and collect feedback about your class. We have support for … Continue reading Thinking about Course Evaluations?
Do you have an interest in filmmaking, short documentary, video sketch comedy or vlogging? Like photography? Want to bring a story to life with animation? Or design impactful print media? The Media Center (Beardsley 114) has the software you’ll need … Continue reading A Space for Creativity