Online Medical Translation Course Wraps this Week Written by Amy Slay Professor Amanda Pease’s Medical Written & Sight Translation online course comes to an end this week. Amanda has taught [ … ]
Written by Desmond Iriaye In the past year at the Digital Learning Commons (DLC) in Monterey, I have used a couple of tools but none had me yearning for more [ … ]
Podcast: Black History is American History Interest in podcasting continues to grow, and on the Monterey campus, Mark Basse and DLINQ graduate assistant Seo-Young Jun have been doing a tremendous [ … ]
[This post was sent as a newsletter to our Digital Detox participants. We will post all Digital Detox newsletters to this blog, so stay tuned!] Written by Sonja Burrows, pedagogical consultant [ … ]
Fair warning: this is a little bit about wool. About textiles created with this natural fiber, using one’s hands accompanied by small tools to twist and combine long strands of it into complex shapes and patterns to be worn, wrapped, layered.
Welcome back to MiddCreate Spotlight, a new blog series hosted by the Office of Digital Learning. In this series, we will highlight one MiddCreate site at regular intervals on our blog.
Being someone interested in exploring the potential of technology and digital tools to create positive change in the world, I found the intern position at the Office of Digital Learning [ … ]
Imagine this scenario: A toxic sludge has infiltrated Otter Creek, the river that runs through the heart of the town of Middlebury, Vermont. As you know, this river is important [ … ]