Fragments of a 400-year-old clay pot sit on a table in the Public Archaeology Lab at Elizabethtown College—a hidden gem of a facility tucked behind a college-owned home. Joseph Bomberger ‘13 is putting together these fragile remains as part of a summer internship.
Technology Supports Learning at Elizabethtown College - Chalk to marker. Pen to stylus. Paperless pads and tablets. Pages that are swiped, not turned. Technology is altering the way we communicate, learn, study and teach.
Your first roommate. A teammate or a classmate. When you look at your circle of friends, you likely count fellow Elizabethtown College alumni among those with whom you regularly keep in contact. Many friendships, forged at the College, go well beyond birth announcements or yearly holiday cards; some close-knit groups have created relationships and traditions that span years, even decades.
He came to Dr. Charles Schaeffer’s physical inorganic chemistry class prepared to take notes in a spiral-bound notebook. She arrived with her backpack, and, likely, a borrowed pencil. This is how and where Meghan (Gowen) Theofiles ’06 and Alex Theofiles ’07 discovered themselves—and each other.
I contributed an article to the Summer 2010 Wilkes magazine on the various ways social media is being used across the Wilkes University campus. From PR students using these newer mediums for their real-world clients to nature podcasts, students, professors and staff are going social. (Article no longer online so I linked to my blog post about it.)