The College’s annual TechDay is Thursday, Dec. 1. This year’s offerings are focused on infusing digital technologies that will benefit the professional and personal lives of faculty and staff. Attend as many sessions as time and interests allow. However, registration is required; contact Katie Eaton at x5357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A lunchtime session about undergraduate research will take place 12:15-12:50 p.m. in Carnegie Hall, room 113. Caroline St. Clair, associate professor of computer science, and Nancy Peterson, professor of chemistry, will discuss a computer science master’s project that resulted in an undergraduate research database and interface.
All sessions meet in Carnegie Hall. Following is a list of sessions:
• Using the Multimedia Toys at the Library
• Windows 7
• Clickers in the Classroom
• Advanced Excel
• Digital Photography
• MS Access
• Lunch Session: Undergraduate Research
• Advanced Blackboard
• Using YouTube to Enhance Your Classes
• Design Basics
• Spicing Up PowerPoint with Multimedia
• Web Design
• Social Media