Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts

'Projects' Archive

Data Intensive Resources

Posted September 26, 2018

View this page at bit.ly/bmcdataintensive Software Downloads for Workshops Data Organization in Spreadsheets: Link to Data Carpentry page with the files you’ll need to download for this lesson. Data Cleaning with OpenRefine: Link to Data Carpentry page with files you’ll need to download for this lesson. Full lesson. OpenRefine R and R Studio (for R workshop only)   […]

New Blended Learning Projects on LITS Website

Posted August 24, 2018

Current Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts projects are offered through the College’s new Digital Bryn Mawr Seed Grant program, which covers digital research and scholarship, as well as teaching-related projects. Blended Learning projects from the Digital Bryn Mawr Seed Grants Awarded 2017-2018 include: Blending ECONB253 Introduction to Econometrics Data Science with R: Development of R-Programming Teaching Resources […]

Augmented Reality Games, Movies, and InfoSec: Summer 2018 Interns

Posted August 23, 2018

Each summer, we sponsor several interns to work closely with LITS’s Educational Technology Services. These internships were originally designed to help us develop faculty and staff digital pedagogy projects. Over recent years, we’ve added the additional goal of helping students develop and practice articulating their Digital Competencies: the digital skills and critical perspectives on technology and […]

Interactive, Online Materials for College Math Review and Statistics

Posted April 17, 2018

Looking for interactive, online learning modules to help students review fundamental math skills or learn concepts related to social science research methods and statistics? We may have the courseware for you! As part of the Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts initiative, Bryn Mawr College has led two multi-institutional, grant-funded projects to develop online learning […]

Bryn Mawr & the Educause Learning Initiative

Posted February 28, 2018

The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) is a community of higher education institutions and organizations committed to advancing learning through information technology innovation.  Each year the group convenes nationally, so that its members may share their work in pedagogical principles and practices.  The theme of the 2018 ELI Annual Meeting on January 29-31 in New Orleans […]

Digital Competencies Think Tank

Posted December 1, 2017

The following is a guest post from Gina Siesing, Bryn Mawr College’s Chief Information Officer and Director of Libraries. Beth Seltzer, Jenny Spohrer, and I had the pleasure of co-facilitating a “Think Tank” session at Davidson College last month, focused on the Bryn Mawr Digital Competencies model and design of allied programs across liberal arts […]

Summer Interns 2017: Digital Competencies and More

Posted August 23, 2017

Over this past summer, ETS coordinated five interns in ten-week student internships. We had two types of internship. Our digital curriculum internship was mostly centered on helping members of the Bryn Mawr community better understand new changes and features in new and preexisting technologies. Our AR/VR internship was an opportunity to build upon our successful […]

A Flipped Classroom Model for Information Literacy Instruction

Posted June 21, 2017

Bryn Mawr librarians Olivia Castello and Alex Pfundt used a Blended Learning seed grant to flip library instruction and make it more active. Their assessment of the efficacy of the flipped classroom model was recently published in the Journal of Creative Library Practice. Abstract With the help of a Curricular Development Seed Grant, funded by […]

Guest Post: Report Back on Hack the TriCo

Posted April 19, 2017

A few months back, we were approached by student organizers of “Hack the TriCo,” and had the pleasure to serve as one of the sponsors of this project. This is a cross-posted report on the Hackathon written by Ellen Liu, a Swarthmore student. Liu organized the event along with Jocelyn Dunkley, a Bryn Mawr student […]

Physical Computing for Digital Scholarship

Posted March 15, 2017

Project Team Francesca Agnello ’18, Makenna Lenover ’19, Nathália Santos ’18, Jacy Li ’19, and Alicia Peaker, Digital Scholarship Specialist Project Involved Digital Scholarship Research Assistants Program Timeline Workplan: Week 1 03/23 – 03/29: Experimenting With Hardware: *Learn the basics of Arduino, LilyPad, Raspberry Pi, and Makey-Makey; *Introduction to necessary coding: Arduino IDE; *Understand how […]

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