The Digital Learning Centre offers instructors in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences the opportunity to incorporate technology into their teaching in a variety of ways that promote student engagement and peer learning.
If you would like to book a class in the DLC, please contact the centre director, Karin Thomeier; 864-8585 or karint @ mun dot ca.
If you require specialized software in the DLC for your particular discipline, please let us know before the deadline listed below, either by contacting the Arts Computing Centre or the DLC director
Deadline for Winter 2017: December 8, 2016
Deadline for Spring 2017: April 17, 2017
DEadline for Fall 2017: August 11, 2017
We will try to accommodate Windows-based software requests wherever possible.
Apple Remote Desktop
Projecting individual or groups of desktops semi-anonymously on the main projection screen for group discussion of a particular piece of writing is used quite successfully in French introductory and second-year writing courses. Students are aware of the presence of Remote Desktop and do not feel uncomfortable about having their answers displayed, since the software does not identify individual learners.
Audio and video capabilty provided through the headset at each student station: