Articles By: Thomas Garbelotti

RITC Call 2021-22

Published: February 26, 2021

Humanities Technology is now seeking Research and Instructional Technology Consultants (RITCs) for 2021-22 Deadline for Applications: May 7, 2021 Are you looking for a job that offers fee remissions and real-world professional and research training in a supportive team environment? Are you open to expanding your higher ed tech skills? Please apply to join us…

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New Academic Year, New RITCs!

Published: October 3, 2019

We would like to take a moment to introduce our Research and Instructional Technology Consultant (RITC) team for the 2019-20 academic year. While we are fortunate enough to have our veterans Benjamin Niedzielski (Classics and Indo-European Linguistics) and Terrah Jones (Archaeology) returning, joining them this academic year are: Dandi Meng, English, (dandiritc@humnet.ucla.edu) Nick Schwieterman, Library…

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Student Activities that Resonate

Published: October 3, 2019

Over the past few terms, we’ve been fortunate enough to work with and support instructors as they create non-traditional assignments in their classes. Despite some of the challenges that may arise with a technical implementation, both direct student feedback and observation indicate these may have a longer lasting impact on students than more traditional writing…

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RITC Call 2019-2020

Published: April 9, 2019
RITCs walking

Humanities Technology is now seeking Research and Instructional Technology Consultants (RITCs) for 2019-20 Deadline for Applications: April 30, 2019 Are you looking for a job that offers fee remissions and real-world professional training in a supportive team environment? Are you open to expanding your higher-ed tech skills? Come join us at Humanities Technology as a…

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Meet our new staff!

Published: October 2, 2018
RITCs

HumTech welcomes our new Labs Coordinator, Andrew Jessup, and seven members of the Research and Instructional Technology Consultant (RITC) team for 2018-19. Andrew is based in the Learning Lab @ Rolfe (Rolfe Hall 2118). He is a UCLA alum, and joins us from UCSB, where he worked for their library’s Interdisciplinary Research Collaboratory. Our RITC…

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A new home(page) for CCLE

Published: October 2, 2018
ccle homepage

You may have noticed that CCLE got an upgrade over the summer. As we mentioned in June the Moodle 3.4 (on which CCLE is built) comes with some new features, security enhancements, and a more streamlined appearance. Among the many changes to the system is a newly redesigned home page. The first thing you may…

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Inaugural Course Sharing Symposium at HumTech

Published: June 18, 2018
course sharing symposium lead in

On the afternoon of May 16, instructors from around North Campus joined to discuss the challenges and opportunities around sharing courses across UC campuses. Sharing courses between campuses is a growing trend as it simultaneously provides higher enrollments for the host institution, access to otherwise unavailable courses for remote students, and enables the continued instruction…

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Instructional Impact of Student MFA

Published: April 9, 2018

On April 17, all students at UCLA will be required to use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to access university systems (including CCLE), a process that UCLA faculty and staff undertook last October. As instructors and UCLA employees, we have all become accustomed to the process of logging in, most of us by sending a push to…

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Meet H5P!

Published: January 1, 2018
h5p and royce hall

UCLA’s Common Collaboration and Learning Environment (CCLE) has added a new interactive toolkit to its roster, H5P!  H5P is a free, open-source library of learning content templates built using HTML5. This means that with H5P, instructors can create rich and interactive content efficiently in CCLE and other platforms.  H5P content is mobile friendly and responsive,…

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An instructional designer just for the Humanities!

Published: January 1, 2018

We are excited to welcome Dana Milstein, Ph.D., in her new role as an instructional designer for the humanities. Part of the Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative Classrooms (EPIC) Program, Dana will be working with the EPIC team and with us here at HumTech. Dana earned a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at the CUNY Graduate…

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