NMC New Media Blogs
Many of us have no trouble seeing that a photo is dark, small, or out of focus -- yet we settle for poor sound quality because we’re not sure what to look for or what we can do about it. This article provides strategies for improving the quality of audio recordings.
Like many writers, I attended university pursuing an English degree and (fingers crossed) a successful career in print media as a journalist or editor or columnist, etc. Back then, it was easier to distinguish yourself as a published writer because there was more of an accepted formula: write for your school’s newspaper or literary magazine, freelance for some local magazines, intern here and there…then go work for The New York Times, right?!
"Everything is a Remix" is an excellent series of short videos about originality. [learn more]
The Texas Tech University Libraries is excited to be putting together a "classroom of the future." The idea is to introduce new technologies that can be used to enhance the learning experience. We are starting with a few large screen TVs and touch screen whiteboards. More information will be provided as the project progresses.
2011 NMC Summer Conference student blogger Meena Zia of UW-Madison gives a recap of the sessions she attended. From social media to interactive publishing, it's clear that the future of education is digital!
From the Games Learning and Society conference - RIT is developing an achievement system (game) to help undergrads navigate the challenges of being a student. [Read more]
A new project promotes working collaboratively to improve tools for commenting, citations, and e-publication [Read More]
Learn about a $99 iPhone add-on device
slated for release later this summer.
The frame of the Casio Tryx can be twisted in just about any direction and most controls are on a touch screen. [Learn more]