Category Archives: TLT Fellows Projects

Update from Team Nancy

The members of Nancy’s team (Barrinton, Brian, Josie, and I, plus of course Nancy herself) met last week to plan for the coming semester. Continue reading

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Update from Team Matt

I recently had a chance to catch up with Philosophy professor Matt Burstein to learn about his plans for his Spring 2012 class, “Ethics: Technologies of the Self.” In addition to that course, Matt is also leading the Philosophy Department’s … 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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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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New Features in Google+

Not sure what Google+ is? Find out more here and here. After three months of field testing, Google recently announced new features to enhance its Google+ social networking site. The biggest change may be that the service is now open … Continue reading

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Update from Team Nancy

Nancy Crego (NHS) has been hard at work on her TLT project! Continue reading

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