This Week in DLINQ
MiddCreate Spotlight: Briana Garrett
Welcome back to MiddCreate Spotlight, a new blog series hosted by the Office of Digital Learning. In this series, we willRead more.
Exploring mis/disinformation on Pinterest
I am going to walk you through a little exercise to show how quickly mis/disinformation gets spread on the socialRead more.
Students and critical instructional design
Being someone interested in exploring the potential of technology and digital tools to create positive change in the world, IRead more.
Critical Thinking in Language Teaching: A Rumination
Having spent a series of jam-packed days last week at Music City Center in Nashville at the annual convention ofRead more.
Attending to the information environment of the web: A call to action at Middlebury
Imagine this scenario: A toxic sludge has infiltrated Otter Creek, the river that runs through the heart of the townRead more.
MiddCreate Spotlight: Seo-Young Jun
MiddCreate is an initiative at Middlebury that offers faculty, staff, and students their own subdomain spaces and easy installation of open-sourceRead more.
Deleting tweets (non-techie starts her personal information environmentalism journey–with lots of help)
Confession: I’m not a coder. I haven’t coded since grad school, when I learned how to write basic HTML soRead more.
Pedagogical Implications of Modeling for Beginners
Learning is optimal for most human beings when they are given just enough structure to feel safe and just enoughRead more.
Design and the beauty of palimpsests
Design matters in education. Instructional design–the design of learning experiences–matters. “Design matters because it is an intrinsically humanist discipline, tetheredRead more.
Plurilingualism and the Digital
The unconscious bias toward the monolingual and against the plurilingual is very much present in the digital realm. It hasRead more.
Notes from the Road: Digital Pedagogy Lab 2017
This week, I have the decided honor of attending, along with my colleagues Amy Collier and Sean Michael Morris fromRead more.