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*Videos* from 1st Semi-Annual Student Tech Showcase

We held our first, semi-annual, Student Tech Showcase earlier this week. Four (4) members of the Instructional Technology Collaborator team spent 10-15 minutes each, connecting a DEC-supported technology to the teaching and/or learning experience. These presentations were part of the 4th tier of the ITC Badging Program and serve as the implementation component of a 3rd tier badge, Presentation Design. …

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1st Semi-Annual Student Tech Showcase

We are excited to announce our first, semi-annual, Student Tech Showcase! This event will be held on Wednesday, March 2nd, in the Annex, from 12pm – 1pm.   Four (4) members of the Instructional Technology Collaborator team will spend 10-15 minutes each, connecting a DEC-supported technology to the teaching and/or learning experience. All Longwood instructors are invited to join …

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Now hiring ITCs for Fall 2016!

The Digital Education Collaborative is currently hiring student staff workers to start this coming fall 2016 semester. Our student staff members, or Instructional Technology Collaborators (ITCs), assist the campus community in their use of supported instructional technologies. If any of these focus areas interest you, then you interest us! The future of instructional technology and …

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*RELEASE* ITC Recruitment Video

The Instructional Technology Collaborators, of spring 2015, are excited to release their recruitment video. Filmed and edited by the students themselves, you can hear from the students about the ITC program. If you’re intrigued by what you see and hear, we encourage you to apply! Applications are due by 5pm on Friday, February 27, 2015. …

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Now hiring ITCs for Fall 2015!

The Digital Education Collaborative is currently hiring student staff workers to start this coming fall 2015 semester. Our student staff members, or Instructional Technology Collaborators (ITCs), assist the campus community in their use of supported instructional technologies. If any of these focus areas interest you, then you interest us! The future of instructional technology and …

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At Longwood, We T.H.I.N.K. Before We Post

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Grounded in our vision “to serve as an agent for personal, professional, and academic growth in a technology mediated environment,” the Digital Education Collaborative showcased our commitment to the promotion of responsible behavior in online environments. This past week, October 27 – October 31, the DEC hosted Digital Citizenship Week for Longwood University. The event took place, …

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Now hiring ITCs for Spring 2015!

The Digital Education Collaborative is currently hiring student staff workers to start this coming spring 2015 semester. Our student staff members, or Instructional Technology Collaborators (ITCs), assist the campus community in their use of supported instructional technologies. If any of these focus areas interest you, then you interest us! The future of instructional technology and …

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#TechTipThursday: Comments in Canvas

If you follow us on Twitter you may be aware that we recently re-tweeted an article which offered “5 Research-based Tips for Providing Students With Meaningful Feedback“. We certainly believe in the value of timely and specific feedback, as many of you to as well. Our learning management system, Canvas, has a built-in system whereby …

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Digital Den Open House & Ribbon Cutting

Join us on Thursday, September 4, between 11:00am and 1:00pm for our Open House and Ribbon Cutting! Stop in at your convenience to celebrate the commemoration of our space’s new name. We’ll have our ribbon cutting at 12:20pm with an ice cream sundae bar available for our guests. Come one, come all!

*New on April 16* Nights at the Library with the ITCs

Students: Are you concerned about the end of the semester? Do you need, or want, to know what final exam grade is needed to help you pass that worrisome class? Are you not sure what to do if you have trouble in the middle of an exam on Canvas? We can help! Join us for …

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