Podcasting continues to be an expanding medium, and on Thursday, March 28th, staff from both CNDLS and the Gelardin New Media Center came together to offer an webinar on using podcasting and other audio assignments in the classroom. CNDLS Learning Design Specialists Kim Huisman Lubreski and Sarah Workman teamed up with Gelardin’s Nikoo Yahyazadeh to… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Innovation
On Thursday, March 28th, 2019, CNDLS continues our Digital Learning Webinar Series with Audio & Podcasting Projects: Getting Started with Tech and Assignment Design.
On Thursday, November 29th, 2018, CNDLS continued our Digital Learning Webinar Series, with “Engaging Students with Panopto”.
At CNDLS, we support educational innovation at Georgetown through the incorporation of new technologies in the classroom, virtual learning environments, and more to create new and exciting learning experiences for students, including the ability to teach courses to students located across the world. CNDLS Senior Fellow Betsi Stephen (SFS), a veteran professor of online and… Read more »
It is hard to believe that 2017 is coming to a close. This year has been a promising one for the development of new technologies and initiatives in digital learning and scholarship in higher education. In the spirit of reflection, Inside Higher Ed asked a panel of experts questions regarding their thoughts on the most… Read more »
For many faculty, recording class lectures may seem like a challenging and daunting process. Thanks to the latest Apple operating system update, instructors are now able to capture screen recordings directly from their iPhone or iPad devices making it easier to record lectures and integrate them into traditional face-to-face courses, a hybrid or flipped course,… Read more »
For almost a year, CNDLS has been working with UIS and Reclaim Hosting on Georgetown Domains, an effort to give students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to claim a web hosting environment and personal domain name free of cost. Launched this past fall, Domains is part of the larger Domain of One’s Own effort on… Read more »
For some time, students and faculty at Georgetown have sought to record and respond to the university’s historical relationship with slavery, most notably an 1838 slave sale authorized by then President Rev. Thomas F. Mulledy, S.J. to fund continued operations. This year, the university has attracted considerable media attention for its institution-wide focus on this… Read more »
On April 22, students from the Communication, Culture & Technology (CCT), English, and Art and Museum Studies programs invited the campus community to play, learn, and reflect as part of a site-specific installation in Old North, the oldest standing academic building on campus. The product of a Round 5 ITEL project led by JR Osborn… Read more »
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 »