Elaine Kaye and Nicole Wilson
The Digital Projects and Pedagogy Fellowship is a cross-disciplinary program with seven face-to-face, weekly sessions. During the sessions faculty will engage with a variety of materials, resources, and experts to explore the convergence of digital scholarship and digital pedagogy.
Drawing from the fellowship model, each faculty member will have the opportunity to explore his/her own areas of interest, while contributing to a collaborative and supportive community.
Each participant will be required to design and develop a project to be implemented in a subsequent semester, with the guidance and support of the Libraries’ Digital Projects and Pedagogy team. The specific goals and outcomes of individual projects will vary, but participants will be expected to integrate digital scholarship and digital pedagogy to create a project that fosters civic and/or community engagement. The project is broad in the sense that participants may choose to redesign a course, modify or create assignments, or produce scholarship. As a final piece to the fellowship experience, faculty will evaluate their project and share their experiences.
Participants will have the opportunity to access grant funding, up to $1,000 during the program. Restrictions apply.
- Explore the intersection of digital scholarship, digital pedagogy, and scholarly communications
- Contribute to the established digital learning and research networks
- Apply tools to solve problems in a unique way to achieve intended learning and scholarship goals
- Create a project that integrates digital scholarship and digital pedagogy to foster civic and/or community engagement
- Evaluate the implementation of your designed project
Dates and Times
Mondays, Oct 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov 4, 11, 18, 2:00-4:00pm, Carrier 22
Application deadline: September 27, 2019
- Monday, October 14, 2019 Show more dates
- 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Carrier 22