In early February, Professor Betsi Stephen, Associate Professor of Demography in the School of Foreign Service and chair of the CNDLS Faculty Advisory Board, presented at the Workshop on Intercultural Skills Enhancement (WISE) and Conference in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Stephen and colleague Karen Wardzala, who is the Assistant Director of Overseas Living & Learning Communities… Read more »
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Over the course of the semester, CNDLS has been supporting the 28 faculty projects that were funded during the first funding round of the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL). As is often the case at CNDLS, one innovation engenders another. For example, Linguistics Professor Jeffrey Connor-Linton’s Level II ITEL project inspired Assistant Director of Research… Read more »
Congratulations to the students in Diane Apostolos-Cappadona’s Art and Ethics course! They are currently #1 on the Wikipedia Project leaderboard, which tracks contributions that students in participating courses have made to Wikipedia.
Anna, Matthias, Marie, and Justin are presenting at next week’s Educause Learning Initiative Annual Meeting! If you’re attending, catch them at the “Social Media ePortfolios” session on Tuesday morning, where the’ll present CNDLS’ strategy for building adaptive, reflective learning environments. They’ll also run a “sneak peak” demo of our latest project, Pegasus.
As the semester gets underway, we’d like to draw your attention to Digication, an enterprise ePortfolio tool that we are currently piloting. We have completed the process of connecting Georgetown LDAP authentication with Digication, so users are able to sign on easily with their Georgetown credentials.
Fortunately, yesterday’s earthquake caused minimal disruption to academic routines at Georgetown. However, it serves as a useful reminder to expect the unexpected!
It’s that time of year again, when newly graduated students are losing access to some Georgetown services through the deactivation of their NetIDs.
Georgetown University has been named to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its reflection of “the values of exemplary community service” and its achievement of “meaningful outcomes.” The Jesuit Universities Humanitarian Action Network (JUHAN) is proud to play a role in this effort.
This year, the Commons team has streamlined the blog/wiki setup process and will be working out of a single email address shared by the team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For fifteen years, The Marino Family International Writers’ Academic Workshop has welcomed undergraduate students into the academic community at Georgetown.