Save the Date!  Aug. 7 – 11, 2017

Digital Pedagogy Lab Summer Institute at UMW

Digital Pedagogy Lab (DPL) is host of a five-day Summer institute that explores the role and application of digital technology in teaching.
DPL is open to teachers, students, librarians, and technologists at all levels of education experimenting with digital tools in hybrid or online environments.

Curious? Take a look at the 2016 institute. 

Upcoming Events

The Quantitative Liberal Arts
Kris Shaffer

design sprint where we’ll explore the roles that statistics, algorithms, and “big data” play in the liberal arts. By the end of our hour together, we’ll have a list of concrete steps we can take to help our students (and even ourselves!) synthesize quantitative and critical reasoning in meaningful ways in our work. Bring your lunch (and we’ll bring dessert!).

3/22 at 12:00 pm
Incubator Classroom – HCC 407

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Protest Bots: A Critical Workshop
Audrey Watters

Social media allows you to create what are called “bots” – automated and automatic generators of text and media. This workshop will explore how to create these bots as sites of protest and resistance. By the end of the event, we can all have our own “bot of conviction” sharing important messages with the world.

4/20 at 4:00 pm
Incubator Classroom – HCC 407