Technology

How to Make Your Website Accessible

Published: November 20, 2017

In this article I explain what web accessibility means and why it matters, and provide a handful of recommendations you can use to make your websites available to a broader audience. You have an idea for a website. You spend half of your time concerned about how it looks and functions, and the other half…

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How to use tech to facilitate small-group work

Published: October 5, 2017

Are you looking for ways to improve the results of your small-group collaborations? Here are six different technologies that can facilitate small-group work — not because they are computer-based, but because they support core project-management “best practices” . Collaborative writing tools. Gone are the days of having to email a Word document back and forth,…

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Fall 2017 changes to CCLE

Published: September 13, 2017
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There are a number of exciting changes this fall to CCLE, some of which come as a direct result of instructor input. CCLE is always looking to improve your online teaching experience, so if you have other ideas, let us know! New media integration To improve overall system performance as well as your students’ user experience,…

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Updating the Learning Lab @ Rolfe

Published: September 13, 2017
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The Learning Lab @ Rolfe is the site of some exciting changes with the 2017 fall quarter. We’d love to have your feedback on any, or all, of these changes! Book scanner We’ve installed a large-format book scanner in the lab. This twin camera set-up works great for larger books. If you’re interested in having…

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Three general characteristics to watch for in a phishing email

Published: August 31, 2016

One of the most common technology questions we receive is: “How do I tell if an email message is legitimate or not?” Sometimes it can be easy, but many times it can be hard to discern. Here are three general characteristics to watch for: The email ultimately asks for your personal information In a phishing…

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