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Native Language World Cup Knockout Round Game Schedule

June 26, 2014 by Steel Wagstaff

The group stage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup has been incredible--tons of goals, thrills, surprises, and narrative twists--and we've been broadcasting several of the matches in rooms 104 and 114 Van Hise, to dozens and dozens of fans from all over the world! Read more »

Is this real?

June 24, 2014 by Sue Weier

No, it's not, but it's difficult to tell without a second look.  One of my colleagues forwarded me this very realistic phishing email.  Often, you can recognize a phishing email because the layout is poor, or the terminology used is unusual.  This phishing email looks authentic, and even contains accurate logos for the company that is being spoofed.  It's very believable... until you look closely.

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Watch World Cup Matches with Native Language Commentary!

June 11, 2014 by Steel Wagstaff

Tomorrow, the FIFA World Cup (the world's largest, most viewed sporting event) begins in Brazil! We're excited, and imagine that many of you are as well. Would you like to watch these matches with audio commentary in the native languages of the participants? For the first time, you can! Read more »

Beyond Office Hours: Improving student-instructor communication via digital tools

March 13, 2014 by Lane Sunwall

Earlier this month, Learning Support Services in collaboration with the College of Letters and Science hosted a workshop designed to help instructors improve communication with their students using digital tools and resources. Read more »

Q&A with David Macasaet: LSS' Resident Filmmaker

March 10, 2014 by Hayley Braun

Last month, we were thrilled to announce that David Macasaet, Senior Instructional Technology Consultant and Media Services Coordinator here at LSS, co-directed a short documentary that was selected for the 2014 Wisconsin Film Festival. “The Round Barns of Vernon County” explores the fascinating history of the unusual round structures that are unique to the rural areas in Vernon County, Wisconsin. One of the round barns is just down the street from the home where Macaset grew up in Viroqua, Wisconsin. Read more »

Features

Theresa Pesavento interviews Van Hise instructors to collect their idea sources

How do you find new ideas for teaching and learning?

On Facebook: find out where Van Hise instructors get new ideas for their teaching and then share your own!

Engage DMA Awards

L&S LSS Consultants help instructors explore innovative teaching with the Engage DMA Awards.

Special Projects Lab

L&S instructors may use a variety of mulitmedia software in the Special Projects Lab (287 Van Hise).

The Van Hise InfoLab (464 Van Hise Hall) is a drop-in computer lab open to all U

Van Hise InfoLab

The Van Hise InfoLab (464 Van Hise Hall) is a drop-in computer lab open to all UW students.

How iPads can be used to integrate media production in higher education

Mobile Media Production in Instructional Design

David Macasaet describes how iPads can be used to integrate media production in higher education.

Theresa Pesavento interviews Van Hise instructors to collect their idea sources
The Van Hise InfoLab (464 Van Hise Hall) is a drop-in computer lab open to all U
How iPads can be used to integrate media production in higher education
The LSS main office (279 Van Hise) is generally open from 8 a.m. to noon, and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. All LSS facilities (offices and labs) are closed Saturday and Sunday.
  
Summer 2014 (June 16 - Aug 8)
 

Due to construction on Van Hise Hall, some LSS facilities have hours different than normal summer hours.  Please see below for more information.

In addition, all LSS facilities will be closed July 4 for Independence Day.

  

LEARNING LAB 
(Rm. 259)

Monday - Friday 8:00 am 4:00 pm
     
AV EQUIPMENT POOL (Rm. 259)
Monday - Friday 8:00 am 4:00 pm
If you need assistance, stop in to 259 VH or call 262-1678.
  
INFOLAB (Rm. 464)
Closed    
     

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