Activity: Community-Engaged Signature Work in the Digital Ecosystem

July 13, 2017 § Leave a comment

Today, I’m leading a session at AAC&U’s Institute for Integrative Learning and Signature Work that highlights examples of community-engaged signature work many of which are drawn from Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Models, Concepts, and Experiments, especially the keywords,  Community, Digital Divides, Fieldwork, Online, Public, Race, and Social Justice.  This post gives directions for one of the breakout activities we’ll do in this session. « Read the rest of this entry »

New Faculty Roles in the Emerging Digital Ecosystem

July 12, 2017 § Leave a comment

Picture of Tweet by Karrie Newby: Today, I led a session at AAC&U’s Institute for Integrative Learning and Signature Work that focused on what new roles or identities faculty play as they advance integrative and applied learning in the emerging digital ecosystem.  I began with a tweet from the Institute Opening plenary that points to one new role–Academic Spotter–playing of the role of a spotter in weightlifting.  Below are the description, slides, and references from that session.  Later, I’ll post the inventory of  challenges associated with three of those identities, as well as strategies to address them that session participants developed. « Read the rest of this entry »

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