This week in brief

Monday, February 18
1:00 – 2:00 PM – Dean's Office
Walk-In Hour with Jeff
Office of the Dean
Founders 116


Tuesday, February 19
11:30 – 11:50 AM – Reflections
Ren Stinson, Psychology
Ascension Chapel
Founders Hall


Wednesday, February 20
4:00 – 5:00 PM – Winter 08-09
LS Faculty
Founders Basement

4:00 – 5:00 PM – Reading Group:
The Politics of Style
Reading / Writing Center

7:00 PM – Student Recital
Centennial Hall

8:00 PM – Jazz Combo Soiree
Wallenberg Hall
Joseph Ott, Director

Thursday, February 21
7:30 PM – Eve Ensler’s The
Vagina Monologues
Wallenberg Hall


Friday, February 22
3:30 PM – Friday Conversations
Wilson Center
End of Term Party sponsored
by CVR

7:30 PM – Festival of Short Plays
Potter Theatre
Bergendoff Hall

Saturday, February 23
1:30 PM – Festival of Short Plays
Potter Theatre
Bergendoff Hall

2:00 PM Augustana Concert Band
Centennial Hall
Rick Jaeschke, Conductor

7:30 PM – Eve Ensler’s The
Vagina Monologues
Wallenberg Hall

8:00 PM – Augustana Symphony Orchestra Concert
Centennial Hall
Daniel Culver, Conductor
Robert Elfline, Guest Soloist

Sunday, February 24
5:00 – 6:00 PM
– Sunday
Catholic Mass
Ascention Chapel

 

 

 

 

 

Volume 5, Issue 20 • February 18, 2008

A Message From Academic Affairs

Libraries, Faculty and the “Google Generation”

Well, we are finally winding down for winter term and many faculty are putting finishing touches on their spring term syllabi.  Towards the end of Finals Week, ITS will be offering a "Getting the Most out of Moodle" session.  Perhaps you have toyed with the idea of using a discussion forum for those classroom discussions that are abruptly ended at the end of the period, or considered creating an online practice quiz for a topic that seems to repeatedly trip up students.  This session will get you started on strategies like these.  Many observed instructional problems can be aided with technology found within Moodle.  Look for more details about this session coming soon.

We also have other technologies that are often useful at either the end-of-term or start-of-term crunch available for faculty use.  Our Multimedia Lab in the F.W. Olin Center can help you scan multiple pages in a snap, create and edit videos, manipulate audio files, create PDF files, scan 35mm slides, or even create a DVD.  I would be happy to work with you to accomplish whatever media-related task you may have before you as you prepare for spring term.  And another end-of-term reminder – the Olin Center is now open 24 hours most days through the end of finals week.  After all, we know it's not just students that burn that midnight oil.

Shawn Beattie
Educational Technology

 

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