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New Stuff Tuesday — April 5, 2016

Syllabus: Notes from an Accidental Professor by Lynda Barry PN6727.B36 S95 2015 New Arrivals, 2nd floor Lynda Barry, an award-winning cartoonist, also teaches courses on writing, drawing, and creativity at UW-Madison. This illustrated notebook recounts her thoughts, assignments, syllabus, and … Continue reading

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T3 (Thursday Tech Tips): Quick and Easy YouTube Clips

Have you ever needed to show only a short segment of a YouTube video in a class or a presentation? TubeChop, a free website requiring no registration, makes quick work of selecting a portion of a video and creating a … Continue reading

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Webinar: iPad Uses in the Classroom

Have you considered incorporating iPads into your teaching? If so, or if you would like to learn more about how other instructors have leveraged iPads in their teaching, please join us for a webinar on September 27.¬†Topics include classroom and … Continue reading

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Films on Demand

Andersen Library added Films on Demand last year. It’s a collection of thousands of streamed videos from Films for the Humanities & Sciences and Cambridge Educational. New titles are added all the time. Recent additions reflect the range of disciplines … Continue reading

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