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


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

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