Place-based learning is grounded in exploring the unique history, geology, culture, environment, etc., of a place. Geo-blogging lets you geolocate a piece of writing or media to an exact point on a map and works as a natural companion to place-based learning assignments. Aggregation of student work to a central course site makes the work findable, and … Continue reading Geo-blogging and place-based learning
As interest in digital storytelling continues to grow at Evergreen, Academic Computing and Electronic Media have been working to find appropriate technologies to custom fit the needs of our unique and varied curriculum. In previous years we have used GarageBand … Continue reading →
Awesome Screenshot – Capture and Annotate This is the best I’ve seen for screenshot capture, crop and annotation and it’s all built into Firefox as an extension. A must have for the tech documenter.
Evergreen’s Academic Computing currently supports the use of Zotero for web-based bibliographic citation management. Although this tool’s focus is not social bookmarking, it does have group features like discussion forums and access to shared bookmarks and notes. How we currently … Continue reading →