General Education Requirements with a Technology Component
Although many courses could benefit from the incorporation of a technology-rich assignment or project, the new general education requirements make this expectation more explicit. To the right you will find excepts from several of the requirements addressing the use of technology to fulfill various requirements.
See the new general education proposal here, https://www.skidmore.edu/academics/CEPP/170909-files/GeneralEducationProposalApril26finaldraft.pdf.
Find the criteria for the requirements in the new general education curriculum here, http://libguides.skidmore.edu/curriculum.
In the Major
Poster session/Pecha Kucha
(20 secs+20 slides)
Student conference production
Maker space project
1. Integrate aspects of a broad liberal arts education by producing original work. Such work may involve analysis, synthesis, invention, creation, or any form relevant to a particular field.
Scientific Inquiry through Practice
5) Be able to organize, analyze, and interpret data, and report conclusions in visual, oral, and/or written forms that are effective and scientifically meaningful.
We have highlighted a number of specific technology-related criteria from the new general education requirement here.
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