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

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Teaching Digital Literacy in a Post-Truth World
Mike Caulfield

The World Wide Web makes it easier to spread misinformation than ever before, but also easier to find the truth. So why does misinformation seem to be winning? And how can we help students to separate truth from fiction in our pull-to-refresh world of instant reaction?

Caulfield will talk about the origins of our current web information environment, the limits of traditional web literacy approaches, and how new web-centric approaches to information literacy can help students be better curators and editors of the information they share and publish.

3/15 at 4:00 pm
Digital Auditorium

The Quantitative Liberal Arts
Kris Shaffer

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

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Audrey Watters

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