January 31, 2019- Faculty & Staff Access to Adobe Software- Webinar

You may have heard of Acrobat or Photoshop, but there is much more to learn about Adobe Creative Cloud!  Learn what Adobe software you have access to through Colby’s campus agreement with Adobe.

In this session, Steven Watson, Adobe Senior Customer Success Manager, and Donna Caldwell, Adobe Senior Solutions Consultant, will cover the elements that are part of today’s Creative Cloud, from the personalized experience and faculty and staff can expect at Adobe.com, to the apps and support anyone can access to create whenever they are inspired. 

Note: Adobe Creative Cloud gives Colby Faculty and Staff access to a collection of software developed by Adobe for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and cloud services. Colby student access is available on public campus computers.

Webinar Details:
Where: Webinar/Virtual in Miller 208
When: Thursday, January 31, 2019, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Please RSVP!

Want to get started now? Visit our Adobe info page for set up info and tutorials!


February 7, 2019- What Can I Do with Adobe Software in Class?- Webinar

From creating an infographic, making a video, or creating an engaging web page, Creative Cloud can empower students and faculty in these projects and so much more! Join this session to learn about resources to help you and your students take advantage of Creative Cloud in the classroom.  Donna Caldwell, Adobe Senior Solutions Consultant, will share ideas and show you a variety of learning resources.

Note: Adobe Creative Cloud gives Colby Faculty and Staff access to a collection of software developed by Adobe for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and cloud services. Colby student access is available on public campus computers.

Webinar Details:
Where:
 Webinar/Virtual in the Miller Davis Classroom
When: Thursday, February 7, 2019, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Please RSVP!

Want to get started now? Visit our Adobe info page for set up info and tutorials!


March 7, 2019- Faculty Use Cases in Class with Adobe Software – Webinar

Faculty from higher ed institutions are giving students an innovative and visually engaging way to learn in class with Adobe software.  Come see what they are doing to arm students with digital literacy skills when they graduate.

Note: Adobe Creative Cloud gives Colby Faculty and Staff access to a collection of software developed by Adobe for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and cloud services. Colby student access is available on public campus computers.

Webinar Details:
Where:
 Webinar/Virtual in Miller 208
When: Thursday, March 7, 2019, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Please RSVP!

Want to get started now? Visit our Adobe info page for set up info and tutorials!


Qualtrics is an industry-leading online survey service that provides an easy way for Colby faculty, staff, and students to create online surveys and analyze the results.

Join Academic ITS as we welcome Elizabeth Seto, Assistant Professor of Psychology, who will share her knowledge on using the Qualtrics Online Survey tool for collaborative research with students inside and outside of the classroom.

Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Time: 12noon-1pm
Location: Miller 208

 

Lunch will be provided by ITS. Space is limited. Please RSVP by November 26.
For more information contact Ellen.Freeman@colby.edu


Are you tired of studying? Brain dead from memorizing too much information? Come to MuleWorks on November 13, 2018 for a fun study break.

 

Covering for a colleague taking a bathroom break you find yourself in front of a mysterious console with a green screen monitor showing a pixelated live image of an unknown city. There is an ominous red button with simple instructions NOT to touch anything…do you push the red button?

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This featured virtual reality game is Please Don’t Touch Anything 3D, a cryptic, brain-racking, button-pushing simulation puzzle just waiting for you to solve!

Date: November 13, 2018

Time: 7:00-9:00pm

Location: Mule Works Innovation Lab, Miller Street (016)


For more information, email muleworks@colby.edu


This Halloween, learn how to laser cut your very own Halloween keepsake! Come and learn how to create a vector file that can be used with the Laser cutter to print at the end of the session. Candy will be provided!


Date: October 31, 2018

Time: 6-8pm

Location: Mule Works Innovation Lab on the Miller Street (016)

For more information, please contact muleworks@colby.edu


Mule Works Logo

Artwork by Dylan Shaw ’19

Drop by the Mule Works Innovation Lab Open House on October 5th! Mule Works is a makerspace on the Street in Miller and is open to students and faculty from every discipline. Visit to explore new interactive technologies, including:

  • Virtual Reality (VR)
  • 3D Printing
  • Laser Cutting
  • 3D Scanning

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Kevin Rice | Flipped Classroom

Associate Professor of Chemistry, Kevin Rice, was looking for new ways to engage with his students in a way that would leave significant class time for active discussion among his students. Working with Academic ITS as a FIT fellow, Kevin decided to implement a flipped classroom where he would pre-record his lectures. Before each class, students would view these materials at a pace suitable for them; this prepared students for discussions, presentations, or projects in which they would engage during class time.

Learn more about the Faculty Instructional Technology (FIT) Fellowship, including how to apply.


Kerill O’Neill | Project-Based Learning

Kerill O’Neill, Julian D. Taylor Associate Professor of Classics, had an interesting problem to overcome – figuring out how to engage his 100- and 200-level students in the same Latin course. Using technology developed in partnership with Academic ITS as part of his FIT fellowship, Kerill had his 200-level students write commentary for the 100-level students to read.

Learn more about the Faculty Instructional Technology (FIT) Fellowship, including how to apply.