Tag Archives: Educational Technology

Field Note Taking with the iPad

Field note taking can involve documenting observations or research with video, photographs, audio, and writing down observations on a type of device or on a good old pencil and paper. The iPad has all these features built into it and … Continue reading

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Lunch & Learn: William Howarth on Chrome and Chromebooks for Research and Writing.

William Howarth uses Chrome to write, research, and work. On February 13th, 2013, William Howarth, Professor Emeritus at Princeton University was joined by John LeMasney and Janet Temos of Princeton’s Educational Technologies Center (ETC) to talk about the use of … Continue reading

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The Productive Scholar: John LeMasney demonstrates PowerPoint

In the Productive Scholar on October 4th, 2012, John LeMasney talked about using Microsoft’s ubiquitous presentation software called PowerPoint. He started by discussing “Death by PowerPoint”, a phenomenon where the audience gives up on the presentation because of visual and … Continue reading

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See Text in Whole New Way: Text Visualization Tools

Data mining, concordances, word frequencies, all these things can be done to analyze text and to display the results (which are usually also in text form). Sometimes though, these results are hard to read, track, and to see correlation and … Continue reading

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Princeton learns at lynda.com — top ten courses for Spring 2012

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