2014 SPEED Projects

The Swarthmore College Libraries and ITS are pleased to announce the selections for this year's Special Projects for Educational Exploration & Development (SPEED) program. Swarthmore faculty and staff submitted an exciting and innovative pool of proposals, from which nine were selected.

Deb Bergstrand, Graphics, animation, and 3D-printed education resource (GA3DER)
Michael Brown with Adam Neat, Physics pre-lab instructional videos
Sibelan Forrester, Comparing translations of a Russian poem
Milton Machuca, Seeing Latino Migration to the USA
Thomas Morton, Digital Rome: visualizing ancient Roman urban design
Josh Newby, Kathleen Howard, and Ginger Heck, Enhancing chemistry labs with digital video
Lee Smithey, The Mural Mapping Project
Amy Vollmer, Flipping microbiology
Matt Zucker, Video for "flipped" instruction of E19 - Numerical Methods

Check back in August to view the completed projects!