Tag Archives: blogging

Tools for Online, Hybrid, and Web-Enhanced Instruction

If you’re teaching an online or hybrid course, making use of online tools is a must, but even if you’re teaching primarily face-to-face, online tools can be used to enhance the learning environment for your students. We’ve put together a guide (http://infotech.stlawu.edu/onlineinstruction) to give you a sense of what is possible.  Our educational technologies staff […]

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Digital Media & Culture

 Digital communications and technology have affected our culture in every way. In my opinion, every art department, liberal arts or otherwise, should not be without substantial digital course offerings, even for the most basic purpose of introducing to students the way that these technologies have affected “traditional” art practices and human perception. In the Spring […]

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The Weave

John Collins’ Global News Analysis course is responsible for The Weave (http://weavenews.org), a blog featuring under reported news stories from around the globe. John’s students combat mainstream media by taking part in their own investigative journalism in an effort to bring less prominent news items to the masses. The Weave was inspired by similar projects […]

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