The Instructional Technology Faculty Fellows Program is a unique experience for any member of the campus community whose continuing contract has a teaching component. The dates for this year’s program are May 21st- May 25th. The goals of the program are to increase the number of faculty taking advantage of Web 2.0 and other technologies […]
Instructional Technologist, Dr. Jon Breitenbucher has been selected as one of the inaugural Innovation Scholars in the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education’s (NITLE) Innovation Studio. One of 14 innovators, Breitenbucher will work with a small group of fellow Scholars via videoconference, email and other web 2.0 technologies to propose a response to the […]
Opened in January 2012 in Andrews Library the digitalMediaBar and the Collaborative Research Environment (CoRE)
if illness makes it impossible for some of your students to attend class sessions, how do you keep them engaged and in touch with you and their fellow students?
In today’s world, images are becoming central to communication. In a multilingual and increasingly globalized society, these images do not always translate well. This talk explores both theoretical and practical examples of how visual communication and visual elements of language vary from culture to culture. These differences have implications on how languages are taught, especially […]
The Educational Technology department loans out new and innovative teaching technologies to faculty and staff for evaluation. For more information visit our equipment page. The Office of Information Technologies HelpDesk maintains a loaner equipment pool for faculty, staff, and student use. For more information, visit the Checking Out Equipment page. Loaner Equipment Available: Tripods Lapel […]
This year the Instructional Technology department is happy to provide an exciting new professional development opportunity for the campus community. From February 14 – 16 we have subscribed to the online version of the Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) Annual Meeting. There is no cost for you to attend any of the sessions. To view the […]
Information Technology maintains a high-quality poster printer. Usage is reserved for academic work (i.e. we can’t print posters for your residence hall room). WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PRINT POSTERS IF THEY ARE SENT TO US ON THE SAME DAY. SIZE: The width of the poster printer roll is 36 inches. Therefore, one side […]
Congratulations to Kenny and Harrison, our two long-term student assistants as they graduate from Wooster! Both have helped countless students, staff and faculty members in the Taylor lab over the years and we in Instructional Technology especially thank them for their cheerful attitude as we piled project upon project at them. We’ll miss you!
Learning Management Systems (LMS) are rapidly becoming a near-ubiquitous feature in the technological landscape of higher academic institutions. By providing collaborative and pedagogical tools to instructors in a digital setting, instruction is more readily extended beyond the classroom by an LMS in that they provide access to materials and instruments anywhere that a student or […]