In episode #78 of the ITS Coffee Break podcast, hosts Courtney Bentley, director of instructional technology, and Ken Newquist, director of web applications development, discuss the launch of the My Lafayette campus portal, the 802.1x pilot in Skillman Library, and the upcoming Moodle Hack/Doc Fest at Eckerd College in January 2014. In Tech News they look at the launch of iOS 7 and the iPhone 5S/C, a new version of Microsoft’s Surface tablet, and new entries into the wearable computing marketplace. They close out the podcast discussing ”MOOCs: In Theory and In Practice”, an upcoming lecture by Prof. Robert Ghrist of University of Pennsylvania that’s sponsored by the Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship.
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