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Online & Hybrid Faculty Conversation Series: Innovation Design Clinic

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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 teaching and learning online. As Middlebury moves into more hybrid and online learning opportunities, these conversations will help to prepare faculty to take advantage of these opportunities, while ensuring that we are designing courses and programs that reflect our unique values and approaches to learning. You can find information and artifacts from earlier events in the conversation series archived on our Teaching Hybrid & Online page.

Continuing the Conversation: Innovation Design Clinic

We’re kicking off the spring Teaching Online & Hybrid Conversation Series with an invitation to join us for an Innovation Design Clinic! We’ve invited Dr. Anne Campbell, Dr. Jason Martel, Dr. Moyara Ruehsen, and Dr. Maha Baimyrzaeva to share a “design challenge” related to teaching and learning online – something they’re trying, or an idea that they’d like to put into practice – that would benefit from the input of thought partners. As a participant in the session, you’ll interact with your colleagues around their design challenge by listening, asking questions, and contributing ideas to help address their issue. No prior online or hybrid teaching experience necessary – come pick up some new ideas and practices!

Wednesday, February 20, 2019
12:15 – 1:30 pm Pacific or 3:15 – 4:30 pm Eastern

Digital Learning Commons Design Space, Monterey
and
Online via Zoom

Hosts
Amy Collier, Ph.D., Associate Provost for Digital Learning
Sarah Lohnes Watulak, Ed.D., Director of Digital Pedagogy & Media
Bob Cole, Director of Exploratory Initiatives & Partnerships

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