Do you assign – or are you thinking of assigning – student blogging, podcasting, or other web-based assignments? Are you interested in exploring the possibilities of building or using Open Educational Resources? Do you have questions about protecting student privacy when working in the open web?
As part of the Middlebury College Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research’s January Pedagogy Series, DLINQ is excited to host Dr. Robin DeRosa for a conversation on teaching and learning in the open. In this conversation, Dr. DeRosa and co-host Dr. Amy Collier (Associate Provost for Digital Learning, DLINQ), will guide participants in exploring the pedagogy and practice of teaching and learning in the open.
Dr. Robin DeRosa is a noted expert on Open Education. A professor of interdisciplinary studies at Plymouth State University, with a background in early American history, Robin’s work on Open Education has been published in Inside Higher Ed, Educause, Hybrid Pedagogy Lab, and others. She has recently given keynotes for the 2018 Pennsylvania Library Association Conference, the Technology Enabled Seminar and Showcase in Toronto, and the President’s Dream Colloquium at Simon Fraser University.
This is a hybrid event, taking place in Wilson Media Lab at Middlebury College, as well as via Zoom.
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
10:00-11:00 am Pacific time or 1:00-2:00 pm Eastern time
In person at Wilson Media Lab (Middlebury College) – register at CTLR website
Online via Zoom – register below
Extreme Makeover: Pedagogy Edition – join us for an annotation storm of this article from January 21-January 23! (What is an annotation storm and how do I participate?)
From OER to Open Pedagogy: Harnessing the Power of Open (Robin DeRosa & Scott Robison)
A Human Framework for Institutional Innovation (Keynote for TESS)