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DigiPed Lab Delaware 2016

Overview

DigiPed Lab Delaware 2016

May 6 & 7, 2016.  Digital Pedagogy Lab Delaware is a practical professional development opportunity for graduate students, postdoctoral teaching fellows and early career
humanities faculty to teach and work with digital technology. Participants will practice hands on solutions for the common challenges teachers and learners face when working digitally. However, this will not be simply a 2 day tutorial. Instead, Digital Pedagogy Lab Delaware will ground itself in philosophical and theoretical discussions of digital technology, identity, and pedagogy while also offering University of Delaware participants opportunities to engage with Hybrid Pedagogy’s learning community through pre and post institute activities related to course design projects.

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People

DigiPed Lab 2016 Cohort Our 2016 DigiPed Lab Delaware Cohort includes: Alex Ames, PhD candidate, History Michelle Anderson, PhD candidate, History Rachel Beyer, PhD candidate, History Denise Burgher, PhD candidate, English James Casey, PhD candidate, English Emily Casey, PhD candidate, Art History Clayton Colmon, PhD candidate, English Catharine Dan-Roeber, faculty, Art History Rashida Davis, PhD Candidate, Computer Engineering Anastasia Day, PhD candidate, Art History Marina Di Giacomo, PhD candidate, Art Conservation Alba Fano-Trabanco, MA, Foreign Lanugage Julie Fisher, PhD, History Megan Gaffney, MA, Foreign Language Jason Hill, faculty, Art History Jordan Howell, PhD candidate, English Ben Kern, MA, History Carolyne King, PhD candidate, English Anna Lacey, MA, History Brooks Lampe, MA, Foreign Language Enzo Le Doze, MA, Foreign Language Steve Marti, Post Doc, History Labanya Mookerjee, PhD candidate, English Eileen Moscoso, MA, English Kiersten Mounce, PhD candidate, Art History Sarah Patterson, PhD candidate, English Naghmeh Razaie, PhD candidate, English Ashley Rey-Kopec, PhD candidate, English Shelley Smith, PhD candidate, Art Conservation Sarah Wasserman, faculty, English Jane Wessel, PhD candidate, English Delice Williams, faculty, English
Sean Micheal MorrisSean Michael Morris  is an Instructional Designer for the Office of the Associate Provost for Digital Learning at Middlebury College. He is also the Director of Digital Pedagogy Lab and Hybrid Pedagogy. He is interested in the practice of critical digital pedagogy as a social movement and has helped to build educational outreach experiments — namely MOOC MOOC and Digital Writing Month — with this in mind. He identifies strongly with the post-digital, and he learns, teaches, and theorizes from a contemplative perspective. He can be found on Twitter @slamteacher.   Resources: Hybrid Pedagogy Digital Pedagogy
Jesse StommelJesse Stommel is currently the Director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies at University of Mary Washington, and formerly Assistant Professor of Liberal Arts and Applied Studies at University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is also Founder and Director of Hybrid Pedagogy: a digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology. He is an advocate for lifelong learning and the public digital humanities. He teaches courses about digital pedagogy, digital storytelling, horror film, and Shakespeare. He experiments relentlessly with learning interfaces, both digital and analog, and works in his research and teaching to emphasize new forms of collaboration.

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Graduate Training in 21st Century Pedagogy
Dr. Jesse Stommel, May 7, 2016

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