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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Happy Halloween! Be sure to stop by the lab today and get a candy bar.
If you’ve been around WIC, you’ve probably noticed that we use QR codes on a lot of our flyers and handouts. QR codes have been around for a little while, but haven’t gained a huge amount of traction. They’ve recently … Continue reading
Hey all. Lynda.com is having some trouble with their system right now, so things are running impossibly slow. We’ve been in touch with them, though, and they expect things to be back to normal within a few hours. Sorry for … Continue reading
We have some new books in the lab! iMovie ’11 & iDVD: The Missing Manual, iPhoto ’11: The Missing Manual, and WordPress for Dummies. If you’d like to take a look at these or any of our books, ask the … Continue reading
On Friday, October 28th, we will host the Fourth Annual Engaging Students Through Technology Symposium which tackles two broad questions: How should I use technology, in my classroom and outside my classroom, to engage my students? How should I manage … Continue reading
Our iPads just returned Wednesday night from their first classroom loan to the Integrated Studies Program under the care of Lisa Messeri and Devin Griffiths. The first year students used 28 iPad2s to create videos. Working in pairs, they interviewed … Continue reading
Boingboing linked to this series of copyright dispute examples designed by Susie Cagle. They show some interesting cases like the time Shepard Farrey was sued by the Associated Press for being a tracer.
In case you missed the last workshop on Apple’s newest operating system, “Lion,” Will Le, Apple’s student rep on Penn’s campus, is offering it again this very afternoon (Friday, Oct 7, 2pm-3:30pm in the WIC Seminar Room). It’s a great … Continue reading