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Classroom polling at Williams College is infrequent and sporadic occurring in classes only when they are most pedagogically appropriate for the content. Some courses use classroom polling once a semester. Other courses use classroom polling often, but the data is not used in grading or stored for future analysis. Flexibility and portability make classroom… (More)
Instructional designers and technologists use a variety of means for communicating with faculty. There are IT Newsletters, brown bag lunches, visiting speakers, listening tours, department meetings, lightning talks, email blasts, one-on-one meetings, hallway conversations, and the list goes on. The authors from Lyndon College and Williams College consider… (More)
Instructional media production in the higher education environment is often rushed. Faculty propose instructional technology solutions to help deliver content to students or to teach in novel ways, and instructional technologists may create media or systems to meet the faculty member's specifications. Often this process does not fully consider the needs of… (More)