Tag: digital pedagogy

Take Pride in Your Posters

Need to make a poster? Whether it’s for a class, a conference or just for fun – take pride in your work. Specifically at professional research conferences trifold posters are never used. Yet, because printed posters can be pricy, trifold posters are sometimes our best option. I understand that paper and cut-out letters help beautify your …

Read more

Recap: High-Tech Happy Hour, Dec. 10, 2015

On Thursday evening, DigLibArts and Hartley House hosted our most successful High-Tech Happy hour to date. Many thanks to our generous faculty presenters, Tessa Farmer (Anthropology), Brian Gross (Economics), Cinzia Fissore (Environmental Science), Bill Kronholm (Mathematics), and Sandy De Lissovoy (Art & Art History), for their informative presentations, and for everyone who came and asked …

Read more