A Conversation on Teaching Collaborations and Digital Literacies
The next conversation in our “teaching digital literacies” series is coming up in two weeks!
Helping our students develop digital literacies often involves moving outside our own areas of expertise–and comfort zones. How can we collaborate with others to teach students skills that we ourselves are still learning?
Join us for a conversation on collaborations for teaching digital literacies at the Center for Teaching on Tuesday, February 19th, from 2:00 to 3:30pm.
Our panelists will be:
- Sophie Bjork-James, assistant professor of the practice of anthropology, and Kellie Cavagnaro, doctoral student in anthropology, who collaborated as instructor and teaching assistant to support student multimedia projects (including podcasts)
- Alexis Wells-Oghoghomeh, assistant professor of religious studies, and Bobby Smiley, associate director of the Divinity Library, who collaborated as instructor and librarian to support a student-produced digital archive
Please let us know you’re coming!