Sue Denning, Instructional Technologist

Sue is a member of the Instructional Technology team in Educational Technology. Her background is in user experience design, project management, video production and social media marketing.

Make an appointment with Sue. 

LITC 109
860-297-4036
Susan.Denning@Trincoll.edu

Recent posts by Sue:
  • TOW: The Moodle Resource Website is Ready to Help! January 2017, Are you new to using Moodle at Trinity College? Or are you a Moodle veteran who suspects something simple has changed, or you’re missing a step? The Moodle Resource Website, at commons.trincoll.edu/moodle/, probably has the answers you’re looking for, including: How to make your course visible to students How to add your TA How to upload files How to import materials ...
  • TOW: Audio Feedback in Moodle, with PoodLL September 2016, If you’ve noticed a blue puppy dog icon as an option in Assignments, Quizzes and Forums in Moodle, you probably didn’t realize it was an indicator for a tool that will let you give audio files as feedback. Meed PoodLL, a Moodle plugin that lets you (and students) record audio directly in Moodle, without having to ...
  • Lynda.com August 2016, What is Lynda.com? Lynda.com is a massive archive of video tutorials. It’s a great way students, faculty and staff can learn specific software (like every variety of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint), programming concepts and skills (like WordPress, HTML, CSS and Javascript) and design principles (like typography, color theory and typography). How do I log in? Every member of the ...
  • Fall 2016 EdTech Workshops August 2016, Already know what workshop you want to register for? Use this link! WordPress Basics Learn to: Add text, photos and images to WordPress sites (posts and pages) Categorize content, add tags and organize posts Save drafts and publish posts and pages Create navigation menus and add them to WordPress sites Cite sources and link to other sites associated to your topics Explore WordPress ...
  • Copying a Moodle course from a previous semester August 2016, If you’re at all like me, you’ve looked at the calendar, and realized that it’s August 8th! That’s right – fall classes start in just a few weeks. Fortunately, there is one task that is easy to get out of the way, and thanks to this summer’s Moodle upgrade, you can copy your Moodle course ...