In January, CNDLS will be offering ITEL Idea Workshops for faculty interested in submitting proposals for ITEL (the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning).
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Doyle Film and Culture Series: Civil War Christmas Panel Discussion
The Doyle Engaging Difference Program and the Department of Performing Arts invite you to join us for a Panel Conversation and Discussion prior to the performance of Civil War Christmas on Friday evening, December 7.
The Call for Proposals for the Initiative for Technology-Enhanced Learning has been released! Visit the ITEL site to learn more about ITEL and how faculty can propose projects.
Soliya Project Featured in The Hoya
The Hoya recently featured the Soliya project, which connects Georgetown students with students around the world using video chat.
Oded Meyer Joining CNDLS as Scholar in Residence
We are pleased to announce that Oded Meyer has joined CNDLS as a Scholar in Residence.
Upcoming Event on Polling and Data Analysis with Clickers
Please join us next Monday for a session on Real-Time Polling and Data Analysis Using Clickers.
Thinking about Academic Continuity
As we are being inundated with news reports and forecasts about Hurricane Sandy, you may want to consider how you might continue your classes in the face of weather-related (or other) disruptions.
Doyle Film & Culture Series Screening Tonight
Tonight at 7pm, join us for a screening of the South African film Tsotsi (2005), winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
‘Flipped’ Teaching: Engaging Students in Blended Environments
Please join us on Friday, October 19 from 12-1 pm in the Murray Room for the second in our fall series of events on technology-enhanced teaching.
Georgetown faculty are invited to an event on general education and threshold concepts co-sponsored by Georgetown’s Writing Program.