3D Modeling at Muhlenberg

The Fall 2016 Tech Tuesday series ends December 6 with a long awaited session on 3D modeling.  Jordan Noyes, Instructional Technologist, will introduce faculty and staff to a variety of software for modeling, texturing, rendering, and more.  In this session, Jordan will encourage participants to think about the ways these changing technologies might be integrated into pedagogy and inspire new possibilities in teaching and learning. Attendees will be introduced to a range of examples of digital scholarship and course assignments to help begin discussions around where and how to incorporate 3D modeling into a liberal arts curriculum.  See Jordan’s blog for further details and join us for the last Tech Tuesday of 2016!

embedded image of 3D modeling poster describing the tools that will be covered in the workshop: sketchup, cheetah3d, unity3d, 123DCatch, sketchfab, and TinkerCad