Use the SHC EzProxy link+ Database Permalink to share articles with students instead of posting copyright protected articles directly in your online courses/sites. First, find the article on the website. Then use the permalink on that page. It's a stable URL that can be found on the database of the article listing. The combination link will take students to the Burke Library database for that article. Copy and paste this link and add the permalink after the equal sign: http://ezproxy.shc.edu:2048/login?url=
Note: Off campus students will need to log in to the library website with their BadgerWeb ID to access it.
Here's a list of the software available on the computers in the Faculty Development Center located in the Burke Library. Notify Sandra (x4480) if you'd like to learn more about how to use any of it. Faculty and adjuncts have access to this room (BL112) whenever the main library is open. Faculty have the key (#729) to the door.
IBM SPSS 19, advanced statistical analysis to understand data, identify trends, and make predictions
These programs allow for creation of text documents, spreadsheets, and slide presentations.
These tools allow for the creation of audio, video, and screencast content to be distributed in a variety of methods, including through Schoology.
These tools allow for the creation and/or editing of portable document files (PDFs), which is a more generally accessible format.
These software tools allow for editing of photos or other images:
There's also an image scanner located in BL112 connected to one of the computers. It's an Epson Perfection 3170 Photo scanner. It's very easy to use.
Scantron Test Scoring Machine 888P
The current Scantron machine uses form 888-2. The SHC Bookstore sells the Scantron sheets to students for 6 in a pack for around $2. Let the Bookstore know in advance if you'll be asking students to purchase them, so they'll have enough available. The Scantron Item Analysis Summary Sheet (Form 9700) is useful to determine areas of the test that were difficult for your students. These are available at scantronforms.com.
Here's a list of useful open educational resource (OER) tools for course design.
|Historical Images||World Digital Library||http://www.wdl.org/en/|
|Course Content||OpenStax CNX||http://cnx.org/|
|Course Content||MERLOT II||http://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm|
Free books, movies, software, music, and more
See Dr. Rogers' Pinterest Board for OER for more open educational resources.
Faculty & Students:
The Burke Library room 31 has 25 computers equipped with the current edition of Adobe Creative Suite. Students have access to Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Audition, After Effects, and other popular software (e.g., Movie Maker) during regular library hours when the lab isn't in scheduled use.
Here's the list from IT on the available resources in various labs in the library.
This e-newspaper is composed of tweets from Sandra Rogers' twitter list of educational innovators and tech leaders. The content is amazing because it's crowd sourced from experts in the field. As editor, she strives to headline the most relevant and timely content to support professional excellence in using technology for the pursuit of knowledge.
Currently, Dr. Rogers works as the instructional designer at SHC. Direct message her @teacherrogers to be included in this personal learning network (PLN): The Online Educator: Technology for the Pursuit of Knowledge