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Working on a project but not sure what software would work best to realize your vision? Creating an assignment and want to direct your students to appropriate apps they can use to complete it?
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Interested in creating a course site or assignment using MiddCreate? Not sure which application fits your needs? Look no further! This guide will provide resources to help you think through how a domain can best serve you and your students. A “Domain of One’s Own” asks us to consider the infrastructure. It asks us to understand the […]
“Almost all arguments about student privacy, whether those calling for more restrictions or fewer, fail to give students themselves a voice, let alone some assistance in deciding what to share online.” Hack Education author Audrey Watters highlights an issue that everyone using technology in the classroom or to share their work online has to grapple with. When we […]
What have you heard about MiddCreate? Want to learn more about the possibilities it opens up? How will it change our relationship to the web? Join us for a live viewing of a presentation by Adam Croom, Director of Digital Leaning at the University of Oklahoma, entitled “Openness Without Penalty: The Cornerstone of the Creative Student/Classroom/University”. […]
Creating an e-portfolio is a great way to showcase your past and present work, as well as build your professional web presence. You may wonder why you should bother putting your information in an online portfolio. For one, résumés are boring. No pictures, no videos, no flair, and very little personality. On a website, you can link […]
Hi, my name is Clarissa Stewart and I’m a graduate assistant at the Digital Learning Commons! This summer I had the privilege of working here full-time, assigned primarily to the MiddCreate project under Amy Collier, the Associate Provost for Digital Learning from Middlebury College, and Evelyn Helminen, Assistant Director for Digital Initiatives at MIIS. MiddCreate […]
MiddCreate provides around 150 applications that can be installed and used on your domain, but what if none of them are quite what you’re looking for? Don’t worry! One of the great things about having your own domain is the power to manage your own files. This means you can endlessly expand the utility of your domain […]
This September, MiddCreate will officially launch for the Middlebury community! It provides spaces on the web that allow students, faculty, and staff to create and develop their digital identity using open source online applications. As we explore this new set of tools, it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of having your own domain and forget the risks that […]
In July, the Digital Learning Commons held a series of exploratory workshops lead by Evelyn and Clarissa that provided an in-depth look into how to use six MiddCreate applications. MiddCreate provides domains to members of the Middlebury community where they can explore and connect their learning, experiment with digital tools for teaching and collaboration, and create a digital […]
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