Weekly Status Update
Every Monday from 10 – 10:30 am, our team gathers on Main Street, where our project boards are displayed, and shares brief status updates. These updates are open to the public, and it is a great opportunity to learn about the Hub’s portfolio as well as connect with our team. Learn more about what to expect if you attend.
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The Future of Digital Learning
September 14, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
- Identify and discuss the digital values we hold as an institution
- Generate ideas about how to discuss and develop those values
- Explore current digital learning practices and identify opportunities for collaboration
Lightning talks will include:
Saleem Alhabash, Associate Professor, Advertising and Public Relations, College of Communication Arts and Sciences
Fragmented Attention: Fragmented Learning?
Ryan Stowe, Research Assistant, Chemistry and the CREATE for STEM Institute
Skeptical by Default, but Open to Evidence
Bill Hart-Davidson, Associate Professor, Associate Dean of Graduate Education, College of Arts and Letters
Reducing the Cost of Instruction is a Bad Reason to Adopt Digital Technology, or Putting Learning First When Adopting Digital Technology
Steve Weiland, Professor, Educational Administration, College of Education Teach the Conflicts, Once More
Alexis Bacon, Assistant Professor of Composition, College of Music
How the Digital Age is Changing, and Will Continue to Change the Practice of Composition and Teaching
Danielle DeVoss, Professor, Associate Chair, Director of the Graduate Program, Writing, Rhetoric, and American Culture, College of Arts and Letters Digital Writing is Important