Georgetown Professor Ted Supalla (Neurology) explains the challenges and surprising outcomes of designing a MOOC exploring American Sign Language.
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We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Phillip Long as a CNDLS Senior Scholar. Previously the Chief Innovation Officer for Project 2021 & the Associate Vice Provost at the University of Texas, Austin, Long’s work in the learning sciences focuses on emerging technologies and our cognitive interactions with them. This is the second post in… Read more »
We are excited to introduce one of our newest CNDLS Senior Scholars, Dr. Bryan Alexander. As a Senior Scholar, Alexander teaches courses in Georgetown’s Master’s Program in Learning, Design, and Technology. We sat down with him to learn more about his work in higher education and with CNDLS, and his vision for strengthening the work of learning and design at Georgetown.
We are pleased to introduce CNDLS’ newest Senior Fellow, Emily Francomano. Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and core faculty member of the Comparative Literature and Medieval Studies Programs, Francomano is focusing on work that supports the Digital Humanities. Below, read our short interview with her. Welcome Emily! Please share your background… Read more »
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 »
On January 17, Georgetown is kicking off its annual “Let Freedom Ring!” initiative, a week of academic, artistic, and extracurricular programs honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Centered on his enduring legacy as a social change agent, the initiative asks the university community to reflect on Dr. King’s work as… Read more »