Hours of Operation:
During classes in the Fall/Spring semesters:
Monday - Thursday:
8:15am - 10:45pm
Friday: 8:15am - 6:00pm
Sunday: 4 to 10:45pm
Summer & Breaks
Monday - Friday:
9am - 5pm
For more information call: 610-758-6134
Johanna Brams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The IMRC works with faculty to help set up web-based, student-centered collaborative learning projects online, using the web. By clicking on the "Tutorials" link at the left, you will find general tutorials one might use to support such efforts.
However, please note that assistance with classroom projects might be custom-designed, giving students the benefit of a learning curve which is more flat. This equates to more time spent in researching, organizing and mounting content -- and less time learning to use new software tools.
Each project is different with its own unique objectives and parameters -- which can be met by a number of approaches. The IMRC helps faculty to review different available tools for a project -- to not only find the tool best suited to a project -- but also to design a process which will streamline and facilitate the project's objectives in a timely and coherent fashion
Such a process might or might not include a custom made website, a blog, a wiki, or training in graphic authoring tools, such as the examples that follow...or other alternatives...new technology emerges all the time.
Following are a couple of links to a custom-designed project for Political Science, as well as a link to a journaling database for Global Citizenship.
Open Mind Tutorial (Poli Sci)
A step by step discussion on the use of MatchWare's OpenMind software.