This team of LTS staff can help you make a video, record a podcast, build a blog, 3D print, or even create a virtual world. Read on to choose a staff member to help you realize your vision!
Officially the Instructional Technology Humanities Subject Specialist, but I do a lot of work across disciplines. I'm a good generalist. Look to me for help with creative use of tech in class, digital humanities, project planning, design for posters and presentations, digital storytelling, and more.
I am currently an Instructional Technologist in the Research & Instructional Services group of LTS. My main responsibilities are assisting faculty and students with the use of technology for teaching and learning, and providing assistance with systems such as the content management system and the learning management system.
Sakai and Google LMS support.
Scholarly Innovations (Located in the Knapp Center)
Jordan often uses cutting-edge technologies to enable previously unfound ways of teaching, learning, conducting research, and communicating scholarly efforts. His latest research involves new methods for 3D scanning and aerial imagery in support of curricular experiments in VR/AR.
Instructional Technologist for the Scholarly Innovations team, specializing in creative media production, such as Adobe CC.
Supports faculty and students with both digital and physical projects that require the use of "maker" resources, including, but not limited to: 3D modeling/printing/scanning, sewing, circuitry, sustainable prototyping, and video and image editing.
The Knapp Media and Technology Center has a myriad of technologies available to the Wellesley community. Much of the equipment is readily available at our computer workstations.
Reservations and training are only required for 3D printing. More advanced equipment can be found in the Knapp fabrication area where interns and staff members are available to provide training.