Jason Jones, Director of Educational Technology

Jason’s group encompasses the software and hardware that directly supports the faculty’s teaching and research. After a decade as an English professor elsewhere, Jason came to Trinity in June of 2013 to help develop engaging, sustainable, and academically meaningful uses of educational technology.

LITC 135
860-297-2454
Jason.Jones@Trincoll.edu

Recent posts by Jason:
  • Looking back at #Domains17 June 2017, #Domains17 This week, most of the educational technology group went to Oklahoma City for the Domains 2017 conference, jointly hosted by Reclaim Hosting and the University of Oklahoma. We went because we are quite close to setting up a pilot instance of Trinity Domains, a Domain of One’s Own project (see also: A Domain of One’s ...
  • Summer Virtual Reading Group May 2017, As discussed at SITT this year, we’d like to use Hypothes.is this summer as a way to collaboratively read a few essays about digital pedagogy and research. To play along, make sure you have an account with hypothes.is, and, ideally, install the extension for Chrome. (You don’t have to use Chrome–you can also annotate things using ...
  • Join Our Growing Digital Scholarship Team at Trinity! April 2017, Why Work on Digital Scholarship at Trinity? A week or so ago, Trinity College posted a job opening for a digital scholarship coordinator, a position designed to build on recent momentum in digital humanities and other forms of born-digital scholarship. We anticipate that the successful candidate will work with faculty interested in conceptualizing new methods or ...
  • TOW: New Features in Moodle August 2016,   As is usually the case, we’ve updated Moodle over the summer, and are now offering Moodle 3.0. In addition to a variety of behind-the-scenes updates, there are a few new features that may be relevant to your fall courses: There are four new question types for quizzes, two involving text, and two involving images. The text types ...
  • How to Access Office365/OneDrive and Why You Might Want To July 2016, Tip of the Week is a series wherein a member of the educational technology group describes a resource that’s available to the Trinity community, how to use it, and why. Trinity College has a campus agreement with Microsoft, which allows anyone on campus (faculty, students, staff) to do two things: first, you can download and install ...