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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #9

Number Nine

With 117 total pageviews, “Moodle Q&A: Act like a student, folder views, links, and passwords” by Dan Reis secured number nine on our list. The blog post highlights how faculty can view courses as students, how to change a course to folder view, how to set up links so they open in new windows, and how to change passwords. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #10

Number 10

With 104 total pageviews, “Moodle Q&A: Forum emails, resubmit assignments, remove from gradebook” by Dan Reis secured number 10 on our list. The blog post highlights how faculty can send emails via forums, resubmit assignment files and remove themselves from Moodle’s gradebook. Read the post.

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #11

Number 11:

With 104 total pageviews, “LectureTools: An engaging presentation tool to use in the classroom” by Sam Parker secured number 11 on our list. The blog post highlights how Jim Barbour, chair of the economics department and associate professor of economics, uses LectureTools in his courses. Read the post.

 

The Countdown

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester. This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

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Countdown: Campus Technologies’ most popular blog posts: #12

As the semester comes to a close, Campus Technologies took a look at its Top 12 most popular blog posts of the semester.

This fall, on the Technology blog, we published 53 posts, and those posts had 9,021 total pageviews. Among our most popular posts, Moodle and mobile device technology were the most prominent themes.

Number 12

With 97 total pageviews, “Take attendance with Moodle” by Dan Reis secured number 12 on our list. The blog post highlights how to set up and use Moodle’s Attendance feature to easily track student absences. Read the post.

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Diversity Infusion Project: General Statistics

graphGeneral Statistics (MTH 112), part of Elon’s core curriculum, will soon be infused with new modules that focus on diversity. By incorporating current data sets that address local and global diversity issues into the curriculum students will learn about both statistics and the variety of human experience. Continue reading »

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Meet Michael Vaughn

As technology continues to change and be utilized on our campus, we need staff members who are knowledgeable to assist faculty, staff, and students. Teaching and Learning Technologies’ newest staff member, Michael Vaughn, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with him.

Michael Vaughn came to Elon University from Kent State University in Ohio, where he was an Educational Technology Designer, working with the university faculty to develop online courses that met clearly defined standards for learning. He also worked with the University Library and Faculty Professional Development Center to help faculty use technology in the classroom to enhance the learning experience for their students. Continue reading »

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Getting Started with Google+ Hangouts

Imagine you would like to invite two well-established professionals to your economics class to speak about their professions, career paths and real-world experiences. Unfortunately though, you discover one person’s company recently transferred him to Beijing, China, and he will not return to the United States for another two years. The other individual lives in California, and her schedule will not allow her to fly out to Elon for a couple of days. With the help of Google+ Hangouts, your dilemma is resolved. Continue reading »

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