Monthly Archives for September 2012

iPads, GPS, and one Bad Elf

This semester Myrna Breitbart’s class “Creative Interventions: Locating the Spatial Practice of Social Change” is experimenting with a mapping project, with support from Caro Pinto, our CSI and Emerging Technology Librarian. They’ll be using mobile devices and an app called Fulcrum … Continue reading

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28. September 2012 by Asha Kinney
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Clickers!

We’re starting the semester with a bang- we got a batch of clickers in today to try out! Megan Dobro, new NS faculty, used them with good results in her previous position at Cal Tech. This semester she’s teaching a … Continue reading

21. September 2012 by Asha Kinney
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Welcome Back

I would like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to the newest members of our community and say welcome back to our returning students and faculty. This summer was a particular busy one as we saw multiple … Continue reading

20. September 2012 by BobC
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How to Enable Java in a Web Browser

Chrome Type about:plugins in the address bar. Look for “Java” and click on the Enable button (if the button says “Disable,” Java is already enabled). Firefox Start Mozilla Firefox browser or restart it if it is already running. At the … Continue reading

10. September 2012 by Kate, School Support Specialist
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