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, animated
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This Week in DLINQ: April 21-27, 2018
Amy Slay reflects on the role of Instructional Design after OLC Innovate Last week, Amy Slay, DLINQ Instructional Designer, and
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This Week in DLINQ: April 16-20, 2018
Amy C & Amy S at OLC Innovate Written by Nadani Dixon “The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) is a collaborative
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This Week in DLINQ: Apr 9-13, 2018
Podcast: Black History is American History Interest in podcasting continues to grow, and on the Monterey campus, Mark Basse and
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Digital Detox 4: Better passwords & password management
by Evelyn Helminen, Exploratory Initiatives and Partnerships team My grandmother’s Facebook account was hacked over the holidays. Afterwards, she posted,
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Digital Detox 3: Using privacy-oriented web tools
by Amy Slay, pedagogical consultant for DLINQ Our lives play out in digital arenas. Our identities and relationships, personal and
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Digital Detox 2: Safe(r) social media practices
by Amy Collier, Associate Provost for Digital Learning Social media platforms collect a lot of data about us. They have
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Digital Detox 1: Mindful social media practices
Written by Sonja Burrows, pedagogical consultant 
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MiddCreate Spotlight: Tom Dils
MiddCreate is an initiative at Middlebury that offers faculty, staff, and students their own subdomain spaces and easy installation of open-source
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Complex knitting and critical instructional design: A problem-solving mindset
Fair warning: this is a little bit about wool. About textiles created with this natural fiber, using one’s hands accompanied
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MiddCreate Spotlight: Briana Garrett
Welcome back to MiddCreate Spotlight, a new blog series hosted by the Office of Digital Learning. In this series, we will
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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 social
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Students and critical instructional design
Being someone interested in exploring the potential of technology and digital tools to create positive change in the world, I
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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 of
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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 town
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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-source
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