Information technology generates excitement when we use it in ways that are innovative, helping us to do things we couldn’t do before. The real story about academic computing is less about hardware and software, and more about what the creative ways that faculty, students, and researchers use it to accomplish the mission of the institution. With this newsletter, we share some of the ways in which information technology is being used for teaching, learning, and research.
The Educational Technologies group of Dartmouth’s Computing Services developed this web site to share some of the more innovative uses of information technology in the academic area.
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We welcome suggestions for new stories for the CREATE series. We are also eager to hear from faculty and students about ideas for future projects that use information technology for teaching, learning, and research. Please contact Educational Technologies at firstname.lastname@example.org