The DIRT for May 14-18, 2018
End of Semester Party Celebrating the DLINQ Graduate Assistants at the Middlebury Institute Written by Evelyn Helminen Cat memes, animatedRead more.
The DIRT for May 7-11, 2018
Amy Collier examines digital sanctuary and annotating terms of service Last week, Amy Collier, Associate Provost for Digital Learning, publishedRead more.
The DIRT for April 30-May 4, 2018
“This Week in DLINQ” Renamed to the “DIRT” “This Week in DLINQ” is now DIRT. Why the name change, andRead more.
DLINQ Internship Reflection
By Sarah Grace Edwards, Digital Media Tutor & DLINQ Intern I’ve spent the last couple of months as a DigitalRead more.
Exploring Virtual Reality Prototype in Pedagogy: Reflections
Written by Desmond Iriaye In the past year at the Digital Learning Commons (DLC) in Monterey, I have used aRead more.
Digital Sanctuary and annotating Terms of Service
At the OLC Innovate conference in April 2018, I presented with my colleague Adam Croom (Director of the Office ofRead more.
SYNDICATED Do not track (an #OLCInnovate plea)
At the OLC Innovate conference—a conference where I was presenting with Adam Croom about the need to be more thoughtfulRead more.
MiddCreate Spotlight: Melissa Leigh Nix
Welcome back to MiddCreate Spotlight, a blog series hosted by the Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry. In this series, weRead more.
Information environmentalism research: Fake accounts and mis/disinformation on Pinterest
Pinterest has a mis/disinformation problem. To be fair, this does not make Pinterest any different from other popular social mediaRead more.
MiddCreate Spotlight: Margaret Weber
Welcome back to MiddCreate Spotlight, a new blog series hosted by the Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry. In this series,Read more.
MiddCreate Study Abroad Contest
Did you know that DLINQ is sponsoring the MiddCreate Study Abroad Contest? Students who studied abroad over J-term or fallRead more.
Digital Detox 8: Ongoing reflections and readings
by Amy Collier, Associate Provost for Digital Learning Throughout this series, we have offered tips and activities to detoxify yourRead more.
Digital Detox 7: Fact checking quickly
by Heather Stafford, DLINQ pedagogical consultant Earlier this year while watching the news one of the anchors perfectly captured myRead more.
Digital Detox 6: Email survival and better email services
by Melissa Sorenson, Organizational Development advisor to DLINQ Lately, checking my email has felt like mingling with a crowd ofRead more.
Digital detox 5: Blocking and clearing personal data from data brokers
by Bob Cole, Director of Exploratory Initiatives and Partnerships In Data (v.), Jer Thorp, innovator in residence at the LibraryRead more.