Digital Pedagogy: What Is It? How Do You Do It?

A Discussion and Workshop led by the Fordham Graduate Student Digital Humanities Group

~ ALL ARE INVITED TO ATTEND ~

September 25
3:00-5:00
Walsh Library Computer Lab 047

Eliminating the Handout: Paperless Teaching and the Less-Paper Reality
Patrick Burns will lead a conversation with the group on best practices and reasonable strategies for eliminating handouts and adopting eBooks in the classroom. He will share his experiences of the ups and downs he’s encountered this semester in his Intermediate Latin class of going paperless and using online material. During discussion, the group will share their own experiences and similar experiments with paperless teaching and computing in the classroom. In addition to instructors using online textbooks, this discussion may be of special interest to language teachers using online dictionaries and grammars, as well as for any teacher using out-of-print and out-of-copyright material mainly available online.

Five Easy Ways to Incorporate Digital Tools into the College Classroom
Elizabeth Cornell offers a hands-on workshop on easy ways to bring digital tools into your classroom. Use of these tools require little preparation on the teachers’ part except general knowledge of them. This approach not only develops students’ versatility with a variety of digital tools, it encourages them to become better communicators and collaborators.

Digital Pedagogy: From Public Course Blogs to Grand, Aggregated Experiments?
Will Fenton discusses aspects of the graduate-level course in digital humanities that he currently is taking at the CUNY-Graduate Center.

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