The Student Readiness Assessment is a self-assessment for students considering taking an online course. The assessment is divided into four sections, each relevant to student success, and provides pointed and specific feedback for review. Students do not need their pirate credentials to log in, they can simply take the assessment and receive immediate feedback.
MakerSpace Corner – September 2015 TLTC Staff Seton Hall University has taken on a leadership role in the NJ Maker movement with the launch of the NJ Makers Consortium. The consortium’s mission is to bring together educators and librarians in K-12 and Higher Education with the purpose of providing local support, networking, and training for… Continue Reading »
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center would like to introduce its newest blog: MakerSpace at Seton Hall. The blog provides updates, projects, and news for the Seton Hall MakerSpace where members of the Seton Hall community can come to try out activities in 3D modeling/printing, eTextiles, Coding/Programming, Mobile design, and projects in the Digital Humanities…. Continue Reading »
A lively discussion of Copyright Law and how it can impact you! Monday, April 20 | 2:15 – 3:30 p.m. Chancellor’s Suite, University Center Refreshments will be provided All Faculty and Students are invited to attend. Guest Speaker: James Wallace, The Gateway Center for Academic Achievement, Passaic County Community College THIS IS A COMPASS EVENT This… Continue Reading »
The TLT Center – Media Services department will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, December 17 through Friday, December 19 and Monday, December 22 and Tuesday, December 23. The department will be closed on Saturday, December 20 and Sunday, December 21. The Media Services department will also be closed during the Christmas Holiday break, from… Continue Reading »