Discover skills that set you apart! Join us for our hands-on interactive workshops in The Commons, located @ McGowan 001. We regularly host workshops Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at the DLC and other campus locations. Click here for more information.
When: Thursday, May 2, 12:30 – 1:30PM Where: The Digital Learning Commons Come learn PhotoShop fundamentals! By the end of this training session you will know how to create basic graphics for the web.
What? Breakfast Burritos, Coffee, and Great Collegial Conversation! Where? Design Space @ the Digital Learning Commons 420 Calle Principal / 001 McGowan When? Friday, May 3, 2013 9:00-10:30am Who? MIIS Faculty (Please RSVP by Weds., May 1) – No Technology Skills … Continue reading
When: Tuesday, April 2, 12:30 – 1:30 PM Where: DLC Design Space Explore the realm of data analysis in a visual, layered, spatial oriented manner. We offer you the opportunity to learn how GIS mapping with Google Earth may enhance … Continue reading
Come learn about Google Analytics, a powerful tool for better understanding how people interact with your website, blog, and social media presence. Thursday March 14th, 12:30pm – 1:30pm Digital Learning Commons 420 Calle Principal
Thanks to all those who came to the salsa workshop last night! We will be working to find dates and times to continue to provide workshops for you! We will continue to work our way up through the basics and … Continue reading
MIIS faculty, staff, and students, come stretch your digits (your fingers and toes) at the Digital Learning Commons Design Space this semester with visiting Middlebury scholar, Andrea Olsen. Wednesdays starting February 6 12:15-1:15pm
WHEN: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 1:30 – 4:00pm (open to all MIIS community – no tech required!) WHERE: Digital Learning Commons Design Space (MG 001 @ 420 Calle Principal) WHAT: With an emphasis on understanding the deep complexity of the … Continue reading
Today at the DLC we covered Google Refine and how it can help MIIS students to clean survey data for analysis. Using data collected by students in Professor Murphy’s Data Analysis for Public Policy class, we learned how to download … Continue reading
Google Refine is a great free data cleaning tool that you can use to prepare your collected data for analysis with R and R Commander. Anyone who has worked with survey data input by human beings (so anyone who has … Continue reading
Technology fits when education is the right shape. Let’s play with shapes! *Bring your own laptop or tablet* to this minds-on workshop designed to model a possible next-gen learning environment using wet and dry tech. Using the Question Formulation Technique, Design Thinking … Continue reading