Sarah Shank, interlibrary loan borrowing coordinator at Ithaca College, recently received a “Library Worker of the Year” award.
While we should be discussing how to mindfully consume our technology so that it does not distract from our abilities to learn, the technology debate needs to focus on issues of equity as well.
As technology becomes more common in the classroom, faculty and students are entering a debate as to whether it hinders or benefits learning.
Jean Twenge, a professor of psychology at San Diego State University in San Diego, California, will be leading a discussion at Ithaca College about her newest book “iGen” on Sept. 27.
My Argentine amigos placed an emphasis on enjoying the present. These differing perspectives provide new definitions of what it means to be productive.
Opinion Editor Meaghan McElroy spoke with Pfrehm about the inspiration behind his book, how his book influences his classroom and the way language will change with new technologies.
Senior Connor Rebis said most of her professors do not allow the use of laptops or phones in classes because they find them distracting to students.
In honor of the movie, Sullivan and several of his students showed off levitating models of Marty on a hoverboard and of a jet-fueled DeLorean during an outreach event to a physics lab with three reporters, several students and a handful of photographers.