Posts tagged with “Classroom Technology” (All posts)

Welcome to Paul Bernhardt, the new Classroom Support Manager

1 February 2024

For many of us, Paul is a familiar face on campus. He started at Carleton in 2011, working for both Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS) and the Office of the…

Paul Bernhardt, Classroom Support Manager

Get productive and creative in the IdeaLab

14 December 2023

The IdeaLab is a creative space for faculty and students at Carleton to use and enjoy, with a variety of space configurations to support each of five phases of Design Thinking.

Infographic of the the 5 stages of design thinking: Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype and Test.

Engage students with Poll Everywhere

13 September 2023

Poll Everywhere (PollEv) is a web-based Student Response System, which works on laptops, tablets, and smartphones, to encourage more participation and engaged learning in the classroom.

Poll Everywhere logo

Zoom updates, May 2022

26 May 2022

Zoom regularly rolls out new features and security updates. Here are instructions for updating Zoom, as well as a quick show-&-tell of some of its newest capabilities.

Zoom logo

Using iPads in Classrooms

5 January 2022

Help! I just learned that I will have several remote students in my class! How do I teach everyone when I do a lot of writing on the board?!?

iPad as whiteboard in a hybrid class

Here, there and everywhere: REMOTELAB

10 June 2021

Last year when Carleton moved entirely to remote learning during the pandemic, faculty and students used Moodle to share course documents, take tests and hold asynchronous online discussions. They used…

Person at computer connected to remote servers

Using Zoom Spotlight in a Face-to-Face Class

16 January 2021

This semester, students enrolled in on-campus classes who are required to quarantine is a serious issue. Dave Alberg is teaching chemistry face-to-face this semester, but has had students in quarantine…

Zoom Spotlight

Makerspace Lightboard

6 October 2020

Lightboards are a great way to add visual interest to online lectures, and allow you to replicate using a whiteboard in class in a video for online delivery. Aaron Heidgerken-Greene,…

Two views of the lightboard