Myths and Realities of Online Instruction

If you’re new to online instruction, it’s important to examine the assumptions that guide your development of an online course. This module will give you a starting point by addressing some common myths and their (perhaps counter-intuitive) realities. 5 Myths About Remote Teaching in the Covid-19 Crisis Myths and Realities of Teaching Online (University of […]

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Online Assessment

In a well-designed online course, assessment activities are closely tied to the learning activities. The course syllabus should clearly spell out the learning objectives for the course, and in turn, learning objectives should be defined for each learning activity, including how they relate to the course objectives. Learning assessment techniques should be matched to the […]

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Remote Access to Bloomberg Professional terminals

Trinity has purchased Disaster Recovery Services from Bloomberg that allows remote access to our Bloomberg Professional terminals. Users that need to use the terminals for research or educational purposes can request access by contacting Cheryl Cape at cheryl.cape@trincoll.edu. As of June 8, 2020, a user will be assigned the use of one terminal exclusively. However, […]

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Remote Access to Bloomberg Market Concepts Course

Due to the COVID19 pandemic, Bloomberg is allowing colleges and universities with existing Bloomberg labs to offer the Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) course to their students online for free (normally this is a $149 charge). If a student completes the Core Concepts modules in the BMC course, they become “Bloomberg certified” and can list this […]

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Installing Matlab

MathWorks is allowing access for students in Ryan Pellico’s MATH-210 course to use Matlab on their home computers. If you are an instructor or student that needs access for another class, please contact Cheryl Cape at cheryl.cape@trincoll.edu. Mathworks has arranged a special license that instructors and students can use on their own computers through June […]

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Non-instructional resources for Trinity staff and students

The Research, Instruction, Technology group provides support for students, staff and faculty for projects, tools and initiatives that are not directly related to instruction. Explore the resources listed below for more information and contact us if you have any questions. Office 365 Office 365 is Microsoft’s integrated cloud, desktop and mobile app business suite, which […]

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Integrating Poll Everywhere with Moodle Gradebook

Student results from Poll Everywhere surveys and quizzes can now be integrated with the Moodle Gradebook. For information on how to use Poll Everywhere in your class, start with this post. After you have created a set of polls (questions), you will first need to create a class participant list in your Poll Everywhere account. […]

Introducing Poll Everywhere!

Educational Technology has purchased a site license for the web-based audience participation software, Poll Everywhere. We encourage faculty and staff to use this platform as an alternative to the Turning Technologies clickers that we can no longer support (without added fees). Poll Everywhere can be used in the classroom or during meetings to collect live, […]

Introducing Poll Everywhere!

Educational Technology has purchased a site license for the web-based audience participation software, Poll Everywhere. We encourage faculty and staff to use this platform as an alternative to the Turning Technologies clickers that we can no longer support (without added fees). Poll Everywhere can be used in the classroom or during meetings to collect live, […]