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Ed Tech Tools Sampler Workshop – Oct 11th 2013

“Ed Tech Tools Sampler” Oct 11, 2013 from 10:30 to 11:30 AM Starr Instructional Center, Baker/Berry Library Interested in learning more about the many possibilities of online tools to enhance teaching and learning? You’ll get a quick, clear, jargon-free overview

Posted in Active Learning, Aggregating, Blog, Collaborating, Concept Mapping, Content Collections, Creating, Data Visualization, Discussing, Events, Giving Feedback, Polling, Presentations, Storytelling

Content Collections

Content collections can be utilized in a variety of ways in the classroom. Student can use numerous tools to visualize research, references, mosaics, and streams of thought and opinion. Depending on how the faculty member chooses to utilize the content

Posted in Content Collections

Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology Site Rewrite

Course: CLST011 – Intro Classical ArchaeologyProject Site: Overview: For this project we created an interactive digital textbook for  Dr. Rutter. He requested that a site he started in 1996 be updated and moved into a medium that would be

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Posted in 2012 Projects, Arts & Humanities, Content Collections

Jewish Sound Archive

A 2002 Venture Fund Project Instructor: Lewis Glinert, Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures Overview: As Jewish and Hebrew studies and the study of music develop at Dartmouth, Jewish musical and spoken voice recordings must figure prominently in the

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Posted in 2000-2004 Projects, 2002 Projects, Arts & Humanities, Content Collections, Venture Fund Projects

Milton Website

A 1997 Venture Fund Project Instructor: Thomas H. Luxon, English Department Overview: One of the most annoying obstacles to studying Milton is also one of its greatest strengths: Milton’s poetry and prose is highly allusive, and thus its study is

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Posted in 1990's Projects, 1997 Projects, Arts & Humanities, Content Collections, Venture Fund Projects