April’s 100%digital Meeting included a number of useful strategies for staff to convert their paper-based documentation to digital workflows (focusing on scanned documents) and paperless grading strategies.
The #100percentdigital Faculty-Staff Learning Community met on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 to tackle to-do lists. This post captures the strategies, tools and voodoo discussed in meeting. Continue reading →
The #100percentdigital faculty-staff learning community got off to a great start last week with the Apps and Appetizer Mixer. Thanks to all of you who joined us. I learned a lot from both the full group discussion and smaller conversations about what the best apps are and why. Below is a word cloud showing the results of our live poll using Poll Everywhere, which lets participants respond via text message or web page from any mobile device: Continue reading →
Welcome to the #100percentdigital faculty & staff learning community!
Our first live meeting will take place this Wednesday, September 10, 3:30-4:30 pm in the Faculty Resource Center (FRC, Premont 110). We’ll be kicking off this community with an App mixer–a place to share your favorite iPad apps over appetizers. This meeting will also be a tech snack, so bring a friend with a mobile device even if they can’t take part in the community all semester.
Contributing to the Blog
Each member of the community has been added as an author on this blog. Please feel free to share your thoughts about going #100percentdigital here. If you need directions on how to post, follow this link, http://help.edublogs.org/writing-your-first-post/, or ask a fellow community member or an instructional technology staff member at the mixer on Wednesday.
Mary Boyd, Vice President of Academic Affairs at St. Edward’s University has made the commitment to go digital. As she explains on her new blog, #100percentdigital:
I’ve committed to moving to a 100% digital workflow and practice. That decision required a lot of persuasion by colleagues, who convinced me that I could do everything I do now, but better, in a completely digital process.