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Expanding the Integration of Inclusivity and Diversity, CNDLS Welcomes Senior Fellow Daviree Velazquez

We are pleased to introduce Daviree Velazquez, Director of A Different Dialogue and Assistant Director for Diversity Programs in Georgetown’s Center for Multicultural Equity and Access (CMEA). Velazquez recently joined CNDLS as a Senior Fellow supporting CNDLS’ work in the areas of implicit bias, dialogue facilitation, critical race, identity issues, and student development theory. She… Read more »

Cross-Institutional Collaboration: CNDLS Welcomes Senior Fellow Josh Kim, PhD

CNDLS is excited to introduce Josh Kim, Ph.D., Director of Digital Learning Initiatives at the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning, as our newest CNDLS Senior Fellow for Academic Transformation, Learning, and Design. As a Senior Fellow, Josh participates in educational and research initiatives with CNDLS, advises our Executive Director and senior leadership, represents… Read more »

Winter Weather and Instructional Continuity

Even before Winter Storm Jonas hit DC, faculty were already dealing with weather-related disruptions to scheduled coursework. To help, the university has put together a preparation checklist to help faculty make sure their classes are online-friendly: Establish and discuss modes of communication. Make your syllabus available digitally. Decide how to digitally distribute readings. Designate a centralized place… Read more »

Georgetown University and CNDLS Co-Host 2015 edX Global Forum

This fall, Georgetown University and CNDLS were honored to co-host the annual edX Global Forum, held November 8-10 on Georgetown’s campus and at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, DC. CNDLS partnered with edX to organize a successful and well-attended event, bringing together over 360 edX partner members from around the world to discuss online learning… Read more »

Engaging Students in Difficult Discussions

In recent weeks, we have all seen the power of student voices to effect change as student activists, at Georgetown and around the country, have demanded stronger responses from university officials over the many forms of racism on college campuses. At Georgetown, the conversations have led to incredible change, and this important dialogue is no… Read more »