Are you curious about digital pedagogy methods but aren’t sure where to start? Do you enjoy hearing from colleagues about what’s worked in their classes? Do you need to eat lunch?
The Digital Humanities Faculty Cohort is hosting a new discussion series on digital pedagogy!
To guide our conversation, we’ll use Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments by the Modern Language Association. This resource is organized by keywords – each one is a pedagogical concept with annotated artifacts of curricular material. A faculty volunteer has selected a keyword of their choice and will be facilitating the discussion. Lunch is on us!
Here’s the plan: grab your lunch from the designated lunch location (let them know you’re with the DH Cohort) and head down to DH Workspace (Leyburn 218). We’ll eat, chat, and hopefully come away with new ideas for your classroom. It would be great if you could let Mackenzie Brooks, DH Librarian, know that you’re coming.
Facilitator: Melissa Vise, History
Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
Lunch location: Cafe 77
Facilitator: Sydney Bufkin, Library
Wednesday, December 4th, 2019
Lunch location: Marketplace
Keyword: ? Facilitator: you? Let us know if you’d like to run a discussion in 2020!