Space154 hosted the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) Steering Committee last Wednesday as members of the Teaching, Learning, & Technology Center showcased some of the technologies being used. Space154 was brought to the Seton Hall community through the efforts of the TLTR Innovative Technologies Committee. It is a collaborative place where faculty, students, and the Seton Hall community can come to participate in a variety of experiences. Part learning space, part digital creation space, and part discovery lab, it is a dedicated space on the ground floor of Walsh Library with flexible and café-style workspaces for teams or single users. It features technologies including a 3D printer and Autodesk software, Arduino and Raspberry Pi kits, and text mining/analysis software. The TLTR Steering Committee members were shown the following technology stations:
Design Your Own Nameplate with the 3D Design & Printing Station
Since 2015 the Teaching, Learning, & Technology Center has been showing the Seton Hall community how to use TinkerCAD and 123D to design a 3D object then how make it a reality using the Makerbot Replicator 5th Generation 3D Printer.
- Pencil Cups
Never Need Another Dongle with Air Media Station
Sharing a screen during a presentation, lecture, or class is made easy with Air Media. Share up to 4 screens at a time to enhance collaboration and discussion. And you never need to carry another cable or dongle with you to class again.
Be a Weatherman for a Day
Produce a professional looking video using the Green Screen and video editing tools in Space154.
Visualize with the Digital Humanities Station
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center and Space154 host projects and research in the Digital Humanities through specialized digital tools that enable the visualization of data, building of online galleries, and creating digital content. Digital tools include:
- WordPress & Omeka
- Linguistic Inquiry and Word Count (LIWC)
Experience a New Reality with Virtual and Augmented Reality Station
Since 2006 the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center has used emerging Virtual and Augmented Reality technologies to create engaging and innovative learning experiences.
Technologies used include:
- Second Life
Who Wouldn’t Want a Pi? Station
Not just a tasty dessert, a Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that is used to guide people learning how to program, discover how to make things with computers, and be equipped with the skills needed in the jobs of tomorrow.
Present, Highlight, Annotate, or Write Station
The Interactive Whiteboard allows flexible presentation styles that engage, and are engaging to, students.