In addition to the events we host at the University of Rochester, we will also update this calendar with local and regional Digital Humanities events. If you would like to add your DH event to our calendar, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DMS 501 Meeting 10:00 am
[DH Lunch] It’s the Ethos, not the Tech: Pedagogical Principles for the Digital Age 12:00 pm
[DH Lunch] It’s the Ethos, not the Tech: Pedagogical Principles for the Digital Age @ Humanities Center, Conference Room D
Nov 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Please join us for a roundtable discussion on digital methodologies and the ethics of pedagogy and classroom practice with Jayne Lammers, Associate Professor, Director of Secondary English Teacher Preparation, and Associate Director in the Center for Learning in the Digital Age at the Warner School (LiDA). 12-2PM, November 6, 2018 Humanities Center, Conference Room D Rush Rhees Library University of Rochester River Campus In this Digital Humanities Lunch, our guest (Dr. Lammers, Warner School) offers ideas for us to consider about pedagogy in the digital age. Drawn from her research to understand young people’s digital literacy practices in informal spaces, such as Fanfiction.net and other online forums, Lammers will share guiding principles for designing engaging, collaborative learning experiences that focus on the ethos of online spaces, not the particular tools/technologies. We invite you to join in the conversation and think together about how you might be able to apply these principles in your own teaching. We look forward to seeing you! Please share this invitation with colleagues, students, and collaborators!