The Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center (IHRC) and the University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press would like to extend an invitation to all faculty, staff, graduate students and post-docs. to attend the 2018 Digital Pedagogy Lab.
The Keynote will be delivered on Friday, February 16th at 3:00 pm in the Pearson Hall Auditorium. Sean Michael Morris of the University of Mary Washington and Lora Taub-Pervizpour of Muhlenberg College will present Ethical Online Learning: Critical Pedagogy and Social Justice. This event is free and open to the public. RSVP’s to email@example.com are most welcome for planning purposes.
Saturday, February 17, 2018 we will have two workshops held concurrently at 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm in the 1941 Lecture Room of the Morris Library. This is co-sponsored by the University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press.
Digital Tool Parade – presented by Jesse Stommel and Sean Michael Morris. Pedagogy is praxis, the intersection between the philosophy and practice of teaching. When we consider the multitude of digital tools available to us for use in our on-ground, hybrid, or online classrooms, we must first consider how that tool fits with not only our goals for a course, but with our praxis. In this workshop, we’ll explore curation, brainstorming/mind mapping, text analysis, timeline, and network analysis tools. Discussion will focus on the “how-to” practical use of these tools
Educational Uses for Digital Storytelling – presented by Lora Taub-Pervizpour. Lora’s work explores the affordances of new digital media as resources for critical participation in democratic society, with a particular interest in new digital technologies and youth agency and voice. Much of her thinking on these issues emerges from her long-term ethnographic research on the socio-cultural impacts of digital media in the lives of children.
These workshops are free, but registration is required and limited to 25 participants per workshop. Register.