Posts by Amy Collier

What does Middlebury’s new IP policy mean for you? (Part 1)

At the September 2016 Board of Trustees meeting, the Board voted unanimously to approve Middlebury’s first Intellectual Property policy. The new...

Advice for working across distance

Middlebury is launching a strategic planning process this year, called Envisioning Middlebury. As part of this process, two committees of faculty,...

Working across distance – Amy’s view

Sean in Middlebury this week! Hooray! This may not seem like a big deal to you, but to Sonja and...

Announcing MiddCreate

It’s official! MiddCreate is live! What is MiddCreate, you ask? MiddCreate allows Middlebury students, faculty, and staff to create a...

Bringing digital humanities tools to your classroom

Recently, I had the privilege to present with Dr. Florence Feiereisen (Department of German) at the CTLR Writing and Teaching Retreat. We talked...

Join #BLTN Twitter chats this fall!

What do writing, Twitter, and professional learning networks have in common? The Bread Loaf Teacher Network is about to find...

Canvas: Creating audio playback in quizzes (w/o audio controls)

Post written by Andrea Narciso, summer intern for the Office of Digital Learning This summer, I worked  as an intern...

More help on MiddCreate

Our colleagues at the Digital Learning Commons at the Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey have been exploring and...

Filming in the Russian Language School

Filming in the Russian Language School

On Saturday, June 25, we began filming a video for the Kathryn Wasserman Davis School of Russian pre-immersion site. The video...

How is MiddCreate different from hosted blog environments?

I am sometimes asked the following questions about Middlebury’s MiddCreate project: What is it? How is it different from our hosted blog environment, sites.middlebury or sites.miis? and Why...

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