Registration is now open for DLINQ’s Summer Digital Teaching and Learning Series that will be held August 24-26, 2022 via Zoom. This year’s series has 3 tracks organized around the theme Engaging and Inclusive Digital Learning:
Games and Learning
Inclusive Design and Design Justice
Attend all 3 sessions in a track to receive a certificate of completion. Strategies and approaches introduced in these sessions can be implemented in multiple modalities, including in primarily on-ground courses, hybrid courses, and fully online courses. No matter what modality you are teaching this fall, you’ll find ideas to support student learning in your course.
In the spirit of the new year, the newly-formed Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry (DLINQ) invites you to subscribe to a brief electronic newsletter series called Digital Detox. Digital Detox is an initiative organized by DLINQ which aims to reduce the toxicity of our personal digital environments and how we engage with them.
By mindfully taking on this detox, you will begin to develop critical habits that will improve your overall well-being and reduce risks to your personal digital data. The series begins Wednesday, January 10, and includes approximately two issues per week (eight total) written by DLINQ team members with information and activities to help you develop more critical, self-protective, and healthy habits in digital spaces. Issues are sent to subscribers via email.
To sign up for Digital Detox, please fill out this form. If you are curious to read more about the series, feel free to peruse this info on DLINQ’s new website.