Instructors: Sheila Brennan, Sharon Leon, and Guest Instructor Jeff McClurken
The following readings are recommended, but not required for this day’s discussion.
- Madsen-Brooks, Leslie. “Make Students Curators.” Blog. Clutter Museum, July 17, 2012. http://www.cluttermuseum.com/make-students-curators/.
- Stewart, Bon. “Twitter for Teachers: An Experiment in Openness.” The Theoryblog, November 20, 2012. http://theory.cribchronicles.com/2012/11/20/twitter-for-teachers-an-experiment-in-openness/.
- Couros, Alec. The Connected Teacher. Connected Learning Alliance, 2013. https://vimeo.com/46442363.
- Weller, Martin. “A Pedagogy of Abundance.” In The Digital Scholar. Bloomsbury Academic, 2011. https://www.bloomsburycollections.com/book/the-digital-scholar-how-technology-is-transforming-scholarly-practice/ch8-a-pedagogy-of-abundance.
- Discuss readings
- Jeff’s Content: http://bit.ly/DDH16
- Digital Methods: Crafting digitally-inflected activities for undergraduates and graduate students, and framing undergraduate and graduate-level digital history courses.
- Hands-on Session: Plan a specific activity for use with in your undergraduate course
- Hands-on Session: Plan a workshop for colleagues.
Tomorrow we will ask each of you to tell us 3 next-steps or things you plan to do to share your new knowledge back home, after the institute.