Religion professor Adam Copeland was looking to expand a class he teaches beyond the boundaries of the typical classroom setting, so on the first snow day of the year, Thursday, Jan. 9, Copeland hoped to conduct Religion and Pop Culture through the social media platform, Twitter. Since the beginning ofContinue Reading

Business students taking class from Professor Christopher Mason are getting a jump start on the technology they will be using for the rest of their careers. Mason, a finance professor, utilizes a video chat system, called Distance Learning, to teach classes from off campus. In addition to his position atContinue Reading

As Concordia moves closer to midterm, students are spending more time on their laptops, either preparing for the onslaught of papers and tests or avoiding them with social media. The increased use of laptops in classes the last few years has prompted professors to lay out specific policies for technologyContinue Reading