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Palomar Online Teaching Site Award “BEST OF THE BEST”

  PALOMAR ONLINE TEACHING SITE SHOWCASE! Palomar College Faculty: Submit your site January 26 – April 1, 2015 Visit the “Best Of  The Best” website for more information. http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/onlineshowcase/ Be the “BEST OF THE BEST”! Enter Your Online Course site in the Palomar Online Teaching Site Showcase. Showcase your exemplary use of the Internet as a teaching tool. Share your use of the Web for course delivery. Receive a Certificate. Receive recognition at the Faculty Tea. Be listed as an exemplary course implementing technology on the “BEST of the...
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Academic Technology Committee

This Faculty Senate committee will coordinate faculty interests in all areas of academic technology. This committee will advise the Senate on relevant technology matters. http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/academic-technology-committee/ Meeting Time: 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 2:00 – 3:30 pm Room: LL-104 Dr. Lillian Payn, Academic Technology Coordinator (760) 744-1150 x3626 Members: • Academic Technology Coordinator • At least one but no more than two full-time faculty members representing each Instructional division and one part-time faculty at-large • Coordinator of the Adapted Computer Center •...
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Blackboard Mobile Learn App Licensing

Blackboard Mobile Learn App Licensing
As many faculty are already aware, there is a Blackboard Mobile Learn app available for iOS and Android devices. That isn’t news, as the app has existed for a couple years now. What is news relates to a change in the way that app is licensed. Previously the app was usable only by certain devices using certain connections, in a fashion that was confusing to explain. Unless, of course, the institution you were attending actually purchased a license, in which case everything just plain worked. That last is still true, that the institution can purchase a license to use the Mobile Learn app…...
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Tech News Lowlights

Ever vigilant, here is the tech news lowlight roundup for the week of April 30, 2010. Controlled Fusion Redux All my life I have heard of the tantalizing dream of controlled fusion as the inexhaustible solution to global energy needs.  Lawrence Livermore National Labs to the rescue:  “Scientists at a government lab here are trying to use the world’s largest laser — it’s the size of three football fields — to set off a nuclear reaction so intense that it will make a star bloom on the surface of the Earth…If they’re successful, the scientists hope to destroy the...
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FCC Plans Broadband for Everyone

We posted recently on an FCC report on those who have and have not adopted broadband access to the Internet:  who they are, how they can be classified, and what the plan is to ‘bring them onboard,’ as it were.  Because the Internet is so important to every aspect of every American’s life, “the Federal Communications Commission… is launching its much-anticipated National Broadband Plan next Tuesday, to lay out its strategy for connecting all Americans to fast, affordable high-speed Internet” (YouTube blog).  After the plan is announced, every American will have the...
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