Category Archives: Resources

Creating Audio Files for Education

In preparation for our podcasting workshop on August 7th in 113T Waterman, Will and I decided to put together a resource page for the faculty and staff attending our workshop. This is a mixture of articles, how to’s and ways … Continue reading

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Bloggers at work

Bloggers at work Originally uploaded by cafeholly Monday and Tuesday we were hard at work facilitating a blogging workshop for UVM Faculty and Staff. This is a photo of the Bloggers hard at work in class yesterday. Today we learned … Continue reading

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Wikimedia Commons Image Library

This image (an animated gif file) is from the Wikimedia Commons. It was featured as the “picture of the day” for March 14, 2006, and has been nominated as one of the finest images on the Wikimedia Commons. The Wikimedia … Continue reading

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Google Notebook appears …

The Google Notebook appliance has arrived with not much fanfare – the news competes with Apple’s announcement of the new MacBook, Sony’s announcement of a new pocket Vaio UX, Yahoo’s announcement of a new home page and probably others still … Continue reading

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Academic honesty & copyright policy as a WebCT quiz

Our recently released guidelines for online course development includes the requirement for a policy “quiz”: This should be a link to a quiz, located on the left navigation sidebar. The quiz contains two questions, including a link the UVM Academic … Continue reading

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Guidelines for Online Course Development

We’ve recently published the guidelines we use when developing online courses. While this document is geared toward those using WebCT to develop fully online courses, it should also be of interest to anyone planning an online addition to their traditional … Continue reading

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An interactive color theory game

John sent me this great interactive game for learning colors. COLOR box : a color theory game looks kind of like tetris, but instead of focusing on shapes, the object of the game is to use the additive color system … Continue reading

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Syndicated tutorials for the sciences

By way of The Distant Librarian, I just stumbled onto the LibraryCasting SE blog. Apparently put together by the Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries, Librarycasting SE is a collection of “Screencasts, podcasts, tutorials and titles for the sciences and engineering“. There … Continue reading

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