In the December 2016 TLTC ID Newsletter, articles about a new survey tool for Seton Hall and a pilot program for remote student identification and proctoring.
Items of interest from the previous week:
via Inside Higher Ed | ‘Augmented Intelligence’ for Higher Ed – IBM Picks Blackboard and Pearson to bring the technology behind the Watson computer to colleges and universities | full article
via Open Culture | Carl Sagan’s College Reading List: Plato, Shakespeare, Gide, …
via EdTech Magazine | Classroom wearables will become mainstream on higher education campuses | full article
via @ePirate | 3D Printing Winter Objects (snowflakes and snowmen) this Friday 11/18 from 10am – 2:30pm in Space 154
via @ePirate | Zotero Citation Management – this Wednesday 11/8 at 3:30 in the TLTC. Register now!
via @CNET | Microsoft Teams challenges Slack for office dominance https://www.cnet.com/news/microsoft-teams-slack-rival/
In the November 2016 TLTC ID Newsletter Courtney Starrett, Assistant Professor in the School of Communication and Arts, shares 6 reasons for integrating 3D printing into the curriculum, and a Blackboard tip on accessing the SafeAssign Originality Reports