Category Archives: Google

Using Google Earth’s historical imagery and interactive layers

Google Earth is a free application for Macs and PCs. It’s a lot like Google Maps but in 3D. Using a vast repository of satellite and aerial photography and topographical data, the software allows you to explore the world (and … Continue reading

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The Secret Revolution

Twitter, Jing, Google Sites, and SmartPens were just a few of the technologies showcased at last month’s Secret Revolution Faculty Showcase. The turnout was good and the feedback was even better. But what was it that raised enough curiosity to … Continue reading

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Unintended Consequences… of Sharing

You never know who might be asking the same questions that you are. Nine months ago I started a conversation with a few instructors in the Biology department about their undergraduate researchers and how they collect data. One of the … Continue reading

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Google to the Rescue for Those with Advising Woes

As the fall colors arrive here in Keene, that also means that it’s time for Academic Advising appointments. Here in CELT we’ve heard how faculty have used a variety of methods when it comes to creating appointments with students – … Continue reading

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Taking Advantage of the Wireless Classroom

During the summer of 2011, wireless technology was made available in all of the Keene State College classrooms thus enabling students to interact with class material and engage in class activities in new ways. CELT has highlighted two proven learning … Continue reading

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