This Week in DLINQ: Apr 2-6, 2018
Middlebury Faculty Online Tech Orientation Members of the Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry have collaborated to create and buildRead more.
This Week in DLINQ: March 26-30, 2018
Amy Collier visits Monterey campus Amy Collier is visiting the Institute campus in Monterey this week. At the Monterey DLINQRead more.
This Week in DLINQ: March 19-23, 2018
MiddCreate Spotlight: Melissa Leigh Nix Another MiddCreate Spotlight post! MiddCreate Spotlight is a DLINQ blog series that features interesting MiddCreateRead more.
Deleting tweets (non-techie starts her personal information environmentalism journey–with lots of help)
Confession: I’m not a coder. I haven’t coded since grad school, when I learned how to write basic HTML soRead more.
Pedagogical Implications of Modeling for Beginners
Learning is optimal for most human beings when they are given just enough structure to feel safe and just enoughRead more.
Design and the beauty of palimpsests
Design matters in education. Instructional design–the design of learning experiences–matters. “Design matters because it is an intrinsically humanist discipline, tetheredRead more.
Plurilingualism and the Digital
The unconscious bias toward the monolingual and against the plurilingual is very much present in the digital realm. It hasRead more.
Notes from the Road: Digital Pedagogy Lab 2017
This week, I have the decided honor of attending, along with my colleagues Amy Collier and Sean Michael Morris fromRead more.
How to grow a band-like-thing-that-involves-instructional-designers 
Note: How to Grow A Band is the name of the Punch Brothers documentary. Instructional designers get a raw deal. TheyRead more.
Amy’s summer reading list
Ahhhhhh, summer. As the days extend longer and warmer, it’s the perfect time to attack a terrifyingly long reading list.Read more.
Tech Prep for the Language Schools
Summer is fast upon us and soon our campuses will be teeming with language learners and teachers from all overRead more.
Surprising insights, outliers, and privilege in design thinking
Whenever I read about design thinking, I find myself rolling my eyes… a lot. If you’re new to the termRead more.
Exploring Digital Sanctuary
Last month, I gave a talk at the University of Edinburgh on critical digital pedagogy in troubled political times. WhileRead more.
Digital embodiment: What happens to the body when we “go digital?”
On February 17, I spoke to students, faculty, and staff at the Middlebury Institute for International Studies at Monterey onRead more.