Educational Technology Services is available for consultation on everything from setting up your Moodle class to redesigning your syllabus around a digital project.
- Schedule a Consultation/Office Hours
- Faculty Support and Seed Grants
- Student Internships
- LibGuide and Blog
Schedule a Consultation/Office Hours
Or, stop by our open Office Hours: 3-5pm Thursdays during the academic semesters in Canaday 315. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome, no appointment necessary!
Faculty Support and Seed Grants
Thinking of blending a course or adding a digital curricular project to one of your courses? We can help you with all aspects of digital course design, from researching tools that best meet your learning goals, to developing plans for assessment or student support.
For more ambitious projects, Bryn Mawr faculty and staff are invited to apply for Mellon Seed Grants for enhanced support and funding. Funding can cover faculty stipends, hiring student teaching or technical assistants, outside contractor expenses, and materials.
We sponsor several undergraduate internship opportunities, including the following:
Educational Technology Services Internships (Mellon Liberal Arts Curriculum for a Digital Age grant)
- Paid, 10-week, full-time summer undergraduate internships. 2 positions/summer.
- Students with a strong interest and some experience with digital media, data visualization and/or educational technology will have the opportunity to increase the breadth and depth of their technological skills and develop the project management and communications skills needed for a range of knowledge-industry careers and academic work in digital humanities. Interns research and learn educational tech tools, develop digital resources for faculty seed grants, support conference media archiving, and more.
- Additional part- or full-time positions may be available in the summer or over the academic year, depending on project demands.
Teagle and TIDES internships. (Teagle and TIDES grants)
- Paid, part-time academic-year internships and full-time summer internships
- Student work on courseware development projects funded by these grants. Tasks include creating online quizzes, tutorials and other materials using e-authoring tools, researching and writing related content, and creating digital image or audiovisual content. Previous skills and experience needed will vary, but all positions offer opportunities to develop technological proficiency and experience working as part of a development team.
LibGuide and Blog
Check out our LibGuide for info on using different tools and methodologies, innovative digital class projects, using Moodle, and more.
Our blog offers ideas and examples of different types of projects people are doing at Bryn Mawr.