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Digital Pedagogy

The CDLA and CTE are co-hosting a set of “digital pedagogy workshops” for faculty enrichment. We seek faculty (TTT and NTT) who are developing new courses or looking to revise existing courses that involve digitized materials, on-line research processes, or emerging technologies for classroom communication or publication. This fall, we will focus on three areas of interest:

  • Digital Primary Sources for Undergraduate Research (images, archives, Scalar, Omeka, etc.)
  • Data Management for Collaborative Research (managing quantitative and qualitative data sets, sharing data, making data “open,” etc.)
  • Language Learning Approaches (content-based instruction, emerging tools for language acquisition and proficiency, using audio-visual materials, etc.)

We will form three small faculty groups around these areas in response to faculty interest and the groups will be facilitated by CDLA and library staff. Each of the groups will meet bi-weekly for approximately six hours over the course of the semester in support of current courses with digital components or to develop new assignments. Participants will 1) share initial ideas/issues, get feedback, and learn about available resources 2) workshop drafts of syllabi, assignment prompts, image slides, etc. and 3) by the end of the FLC, participants will have a new or newly reimagined digital component of their course.

Each faculty member who participates fully will be compensated $400; food will be served at meetings. To apply, please answer the following questions and send your responses to John Lang at lang@oxy.edu. Applications are due Tuesday, September 5, 2017.  Friday September 8, 2017.

Is the digital project connected to a particular course (and if so, what course)? What teaching or learning goals are you working to achieve in this project/course? How does the digital project, tool, or resource support your learning objectives?

Which area fits your interests the best?

  • Digital Primary Sources for Undergraduate Research (images, archives, Scalar, Omeka, etc.)
  • Data Management for Collaborative Research (managing quantitative and qualitative data sets, sharing data, making data “open,” etc.)
  • Language Learning Approaches (content-based instruction, emerging tools for language acquisition and proficiency, using audio-visual materials, etc.)
  • Other _____________________________

Please list dates you will be away/unavailable.