Moodle 4.0 was released in April 2022 and is focused improving the user experience, making it easier for instructors and students to navigate the site. Because it is such a large change, Swarthmore will likely wait to upgrade until the … Continue reading What’s Coming in Moodle 4.0
Faculty are frequently asked for extra time on quizes, exams and written assignments. In some cases, these requests are to accommodate a disability that impacts a student’s speed in completing such work. Fortunately, it’s easy to manage extra time with … Continue reading How to allow extra time on exams, quizzes and assigments in Moodle (Moodle Accessibility – Part 1)
When three high schoolers in occupied Palestine stumble upon a mysterious cave, they find themselves propelled into a supernatural struggle for justice accompanied by a poetic punk-pop score. Across walls and checkpoints, these unlikely young heroes must take up their … Continue reading Sound Stage Prototype an Opportunity for Theater Students
There are no shortage of strategies that people worldwide are using to find ways of generating sustainable energy. At Swarthmore College, Research Fellow, Joshua Vandervelde, class of 2023, has been working on a kite design for capturing wind energy, using … Continue reading Kites for Energy?
Your research has generated some numbers for different cases you are analyzing, different conditions of your experiments, or some other way of differentiating groups, and you want to share that information in the most informative way possible with your colleagues, … Continue reading Data Visualization Tools at Swarthmore & New Kaleidagraph!
Reach more people by creating accessible tables in Microsoft programs. Your documents can be read aloud by screen readers and be easier to view for folks with sight. Building accessible tables in Microsoft programs requires utilizing their tools properly. Microsoft … Continue reading Accessible tables in Microsoft programs