MiddCreate Spotlight: Margaret Weber Another MiddCreate Spotlight post! MiddCreate Spotlight is DLINQ’s newest blog series that features interesting MiddCreate sites created by Middlebury students, faculty or programs outside of the [ … ]
Fair warning: this is a little bit about wool. About textiles created with this natural fiber, using one’s hands accompanied by small tools to twist and combine long strands of it into complex shapes and patterns to be worn, wrapped, layered.
Being someone interested in exploring the potential of technology and digital tools to create positive change in the world, I found the intern position at the Office of Digital Learning [ … ]
Having spent a series of jam-packed days last week at Music City Center in Nashville at the annual convention of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) [ … ]
Design matters in education. Instructional design–the design of learning experiences–matters. “Design matters because it is an intrinsically humanist discipline, tethered to the very core of why we exist. It frames [ … ]
This week, I have the decided honor of attending, along with my colleagues Amy Collier and Sean Michael Morris from the Office of Digital Learning, the 2017 Digital Pedagogy Lab [ … ]
 Note: How to Grow A Band is the name of the Punch Brothers documentary. Instructional designers get a raw deal. They are experts in digital pedagogy. Creative imagineers of communities [ … ]