Monthly Archives: October 2011

Update from Team Dana

For her TLT project, Dana Luciano is integrating blogs and ePortfolios into Contexts for the Study of Sexuality, ENGL-319/WGST-204. She is also hoping to integrate a Wiki into the course. Dana was interested in incorporating these technologies in order to … Continue reading

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For ePortfolios, Digication or WordPress?

Now that we have two different platforms available to answer your ePortfolio needs, I’d like to set up a few need scenarios showcasing the pluses and minuses of each tool.  I’m not sure how many of you are considering ePortfolios … Continue reading

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Update from Team Betsy

As part of her TLT project Betsy Sigman decided to redesign the OPIM 257 course she teaches. In addition to serving as a broad introduction to the field of databases, OPIM 257 (Development and Management of Databases) serves to give … Continue reading

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Update From Team Diane!

Diane Apostolos-Cappadona, Speical Collections, Gelardin Media Center and the TLT team are hard at work making OMEKA exhibitions and a timeline for CATH118: Mary and the Catholic Imagination. Continue reading

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Team Sylvia Update

Charge! Sylvia Onder’s TLT work advances on multiple fronts. In her new “Anthropology, Colonialism, and Islam” course, students are using a blog to co-ordinate their collective work on both a Dipity timeline and on a Google map. Sylvia reports that … Continue reading

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