Posts By: Jonathan Lagdameo

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: A Focus on Learning

On day one of TLISI 2016, Georgetown faculty from a diverse array of departments came together for Sherry Linkon’s first session on research-based teaching: “What Do We Want to Know About Student Learning?” Linkon, Faculty Director of Writing Curriculum Initiatives and a member of the Department of English, described Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (SoTL)… Read more »

Brainstorming a Model for a Digital Humanities Network at Georgetown

Adam Rothman (History) led a discussion with faculty from various humanities departments and Lauinger staff about creating a network for collaborating on digital humanities projects on the final day of TLISI. Adam gave examples from his own class, including a digitized journal of a Jesuit priest during the Mexican War of 1848, and this visualization… Read more »

Andria Wisler Shares Thoughts on the Promises of Community Engagement at Day Two of TLISI 2015

Andria Wisler, Executive Director of the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service gave a reprisal of her TedX talk from last fall. A theme from her TedX talk was Ithaca, The Road Not Taken, a reference to both Homer’s Odyssey and Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road Not Taken.”  Andria’s story begins when her… Read more »