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Preparing for Spring Semester and Need Some Inspiration?

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The Office of the Dean of the Faculty, The Center for Leadership, Teaching and Learning, LEDS, IdeaLab, and Scribner Library have gathered the same talented team of  consultants and course design experts from this past August to offer faculty the opportunity to meet, debrief, and retool for spring semester. Consultants will be available for one-hour meetings between the dates of January 11th and 29th, within timeframes managed by their individual calendars as was done previously. Follow the link below where you will find consultant bios and links to calendars and availability.

Booking Your One-on-One Appointment

Important Resources for Spring Semester

Looking for software to access from off campus? Check Here

Looking for quick answers on how to do common tasks in theSpring? Check Here

News and Quick Links


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Distribute course materials, deliver assignments, manage grades, and much more! Look here for answers to all your questions about using theSpring.

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Immersive Learning

Want to explore virtual reality? Skidmore faculty are exploring a variety of applications to extend the classroom and provide unique learning experiences.
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Web Design and Digital Scholarship

Want to include web design in your syllabus? Need a professional web presence of your own? Or a special place to host your digital scholarship?
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Learning Lab

Want to host a virtual speaker or distance collaboration? Come explore new instructional technologies in our flexible learning space.

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How Do I?

Find answers to questions, useful documentation, and quality just-in-time tutorials. You will also find what software is available for public use and installation on your personal computer.
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3D Printing

Want to learn about 3D printing as a tool for teaching and learning?  Or have a project you want to include in your syllabus? We can help!


Our office is on the second floor of the library (Library 222), however, we are currently working remotely.


Our virtual office hours are M-F: 8:30am – 4:30pm.
The best way to reach us is by email or submitting a Help Desk ticket.