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Going Paperless. Jennifer Morris. IDC Workshop. Feb 10, 2011

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  • 1. Going Paperless…!
    By Jennifer Morris. Instructional Delivery Committee.
    Feb. 10, 2011. Workshop “Going green at the Mount”
  • 2. Some Things to Consider:
    Most colleges and universities charge students an average of 10 cents per copied page-at the Mount, it’s currently free.
    Copying and printing is one of the biggest costs departments incur at the Mount
  • 3. A New Approach? Not Really.
    • Professor Gerald Smith of the University of the South began going paperless in 1994
    • 4. What did he do?
    • 5. Put lecture notes on line
    • 6. Received assignments via on line means only (he only checks his mailbox once a year!)
    • 7. Ties people, culture, environment and religion together in his classes
    • 8. Has a ‘waste not, want not’ approach to life
    • 9. Read more at www.timesfreepress.com/news/teacherkeeps vowpaperlessclasses
  • What Can You Do?
    Think of one way in which you could eliminate the use of paper in your classroom…
  • 10. Resources at the Mount
    Library
    Electronic Reserve
    On-line resources
    ISS
    Blackboard
    Course Capture
    Grading assignments
    Course Materials and ebooks
  • 11. Instructional Delivery Committee Role
    Investigate new course delivery methods
    Keep current with new technology
    Recommending updates to existing classrooms
    Passing the information along to the Mount community
  • 12. If you have an idea…
    Make it known!
    Contact a member of the IDC or ISS