Monthly Archives: April 2011

Making your Mark on Google Maps

    Google Maps has long been one our favorite tools over here in CELT. Google maps is great for a lot of reasons, but especially when it comes to creating personalized maps with landmarks and boundaries. To add to … Continue reading

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When Feedback is Music to the Ears

When Professor Céline Perron heard Cara Meixner from James Madison U talk about how much more students hear and take action on audio visual feedback, she said “I’ve got to try that.”   Within a week she had met with … Continue reading

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Working Smarter, Not Harder

Anna’s got a problem. She’s a biology student at Keene State College working on original research and she needs to count the stem cells. Specifically she needs to count somewhere in the neighborhood of 700 stem cells at once, in … Continue reading

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