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Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry (DLINQ)

DLINQ is a cross-institutional group of instructional designers, digital scholars, and teaching and learning professionals who offer consultations and workshops to faculty, staff, and students at Middlebury. Learn more about our work:

Exploratory Initiatives
Digital Pedagogy & Media
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DD 5.6: Environmental Impacts of Data Centers

by Dr. Sarah Payne, DLINQ Instructional Designer Like many people, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced me to rely on the internet more than usual. Particularly during the early months of 2020, [...]

DD 5.4: Exploring a Right to Repair

by Bob Cole, DLINQ Director of Exploratory Initiatives and Partnerships “Can breakdown, maintenance, and repair confer special epistemic advantages in our thinking about technology? Can the fixer know and see different [...]

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