Digital Liberal Arts
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Dorothy Kim Visits UMW to Speak about Race, Gender, and Digital Harassment

On March 21st at 4pm in the Digital Auditorium, scholar and activist Dorothy Kim will be giving a talk entitled “Labor and Risk in Public Scholarship: Race, Gender, and Digital Harassment” as part of our Digital Liberal Arts series. Dorothy Kim teaches Medieval Literature at Vassar College. She is the medieval editor for the Orland...
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When Students Practice the Value of Voice

Get to know Lora Taub-Pervizpour from Muhlenberg College, our guest speaker for the next event in the Digital Liberal Arts Series.
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New DTLT Podcast – Closing Tabs!

The first episode of DTLT's podcast, "Closing Tabs," explores our Domain of One's Own Curriculum. Hosted by Lee Skallerup Bessette and Kris Shaffer.
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Web Culture in the Disciplines – A Digital Liberal Arts Faculty Panel

Some of the questions we will be addressing including how to engage meaningfully online, what our responsibilities are as intellectuals and educators, and how we help students find their place and their voices online.
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A Virtual Tool Parade

The idea of a tool parade is to get your feet wet … to consider what's possible, and come away with a handful of tools you might want to explore more deeply.
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Summer 2017 at DTLT

Welcome back UMW community! This is a new feature for the DTLT blog that will run every month, so you can keep up with what’s been going on with us!
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Writing and STEM: a Workshop

While the ideas and philosophy of traditionally liberal arts disciplines overlap well with the goals and practices of Digital Liberal Arts, many educators in STEM fields find it difficult to identify with these pedagogical strategies that have the potential to enhance their teaching, and importantly, their students’ retention.
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What’s a Vote Worth? (a.k.a., The Importance of the Quantitative Liberal Arts)

Merging quantitative and qualitative reasoning, applying critical thought to data, synthesizing the arts, sciences, and humanities, ... these are essential elements of modern education.
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Building Complexity

The opportunity to have Caulfield here on campus to talk to the students and faculty about these issues in a tremendous opportunity to help all of our thinking and teaching and learning about digital fluency, digital polarization, and how we all need to slow down online.
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