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Where Can I Put My Stuff?

As George Carlin comments in his classic comic routine “That’s the whole meaning of life, isn’t it? trying to find a place for your stuff.” And as your documents and files multiply you may be wondering where you can put … 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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Why Use Google Spreadsheets?

There are lots of reasons that you might use Google Spreadsheets instead of Microsoft’s Excel or SPSS. As a teaser for this week’s Faculty Friday, here are a narrow set of the benefits you’ll find with Spreadsheets. Instant Results Careful … Continue reading

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Richer Professional Development

CELT may have hit on a richer type of learning experience – students and faculty learning together – and all by accident. Here’s how it happened. Matthew Ragan was planning a workshop with Elli Caldwell on using Google Spreadsheets as … Continue reading

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Google Docs Surveys Make Life Easier

The Google Docs utility called Form creates a survey that gathers data into a spreadsheet.  Such a simple thing, but it can be very powerful, as four administrative units of Keene State have found. Watch these short videos to hear … Continue reading

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