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Digital Detox 2.9: Responding to Online Harassment
Written by Renee Wells, Director of Education for Equity and Inclusion, Middlebury “Knowing how to handle 
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Classroom Response Systems & Poll Everywhere
A growing number of faculty at the undergraduate college are using ‘clickers’ or classroom response systems in their classes to promote engagement and interactivity. Instructors in disciplines as diverse as 
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Why write for and edit Wikipedia as part of NOW? Some thoughts on impact
We are days away from the Newspapers on Wikipedia Edit-a-thons at Middlebury (simultaneously hosted on the Vermont and Monterey campuses) and I have been thinking a lot about how important 
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Online & Hybrid Conversation Series: Faculty Panel
About the Conversation Series The Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry (DLINQ) is convening a year-long conversation series for faculty to explore and address pedagogical and technical issues related to 
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Online & Hybrid Faculty Conversation Series: Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning
About the Conversation Series The Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry (DLINQ) is convening a year-long conversation series for faculty to explore and address pedagogical and technical issues related to 
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Newspapers on Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (Monterey campus)
Want to help improve our digital information environments? Want to help combat misinformation on the web? Join the Newspapers-on-Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on October 26, 12pm – 4pm in the DLC Design 
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Newspapers on Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (Vermont campus)
Want to help improve our digital information environments? Want to help combat misinformation on the web? Join the Newspapers-on-Wikipedia Edit-a-thon on October 26, 3pm – 7pm in the Wilson Media 
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Evelyn Helminen blog post about Digital Pedagogy Lab
Mute as Bottles—A DPL Reflection
NOTE-TAKING I was just looking over my notes from Digital Pedagogy Lab. I don’t take notes the same way that other people do. A few years ago, I brought an unlined artist’s sketchbook to a conference, and found myself illustrating my notes. I only recently started calling myself an artist, but I’ve never identified as
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SYNDICATED Is a Video Enough? Considering Instructor Presence and Social Presence in Online Courses
Recently, DLINQ convened a conversation with Middlebury Institute for International Studies faculty around online/hybrid learning challenges and opportunities, and we asked the group to share words that come to mind when they think about online learning. The participants shared a mix of positive and negative attributes related to their experiences with online learning, ranging from … Continue reading "Is a Video Enough? Considering Instructor Presence and Social Presence in Online Courses"
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Wiki Edu Campus Visit: Teaching & Learning in the Public Sphere with Wikipedia
The Office of Digital Learning & Inquiry along with Middlebury Institute Language Studies and Translation & Localization Management programs are co-hosting a campus visit with Wiki Education outreach manager Samantha 
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Innovative Pedagogies, Interculturality, and Language & Social Justice at DPL 2018
A 5-day workshop with practitioners and scholars from around the country, discussing issues like critical digital literacy, the relationships between education and AI, and privacy in the digital age. Suffice 
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Reflections on DPL
I have been in academia for over 18 years, and before this summer, I had never attended a conference that was strictly about pedagogy or one that lasted for five 
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Mark Basse's Slideshow Top Ten Tips
SYNDICATED Slideshow Top Ten Tips
Here in the lab we work with students who need to create slideshows for their class projects. Whether it’s a Powerpoint, Keynote or Google slides project, there are some common
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