Are you curious about the possibilities for including a multi-modal or digital project in your class but wonder about the technology and learning outcomes, or you’d simply like some great examples? Then join us for a “Digital Pedagogy Fair” in the Digital Humanities Lab on Tuesday, April 10th.
Drop in anytime between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to informally talk to seven faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants at UWM who have integrated digital and multi-media assignments in the classroom. Stations will feature specific assignments, tools and methods used, and learning outcomes. Refreshments while they last!
Jasmine Alinder, History; Chris Cantwell, History; Candance Doerr-Stevens, Education; Adam Hudson, SOIS; Krista-Lee Malone, Anthropology; Kris Purzycki, English; Arijit Sen, Architecture