CNDLS is pleased to announce the faculty fellows for the pilot year of the Doyle Initiative, which is designed to support and challenge Georgetown faculty seeking to foster active student engagement with difference and the diversity of human experience.
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CNDLS is pleased to announce a partnership with Columbia University’s Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) to develop the Project Rebirth Learning Collaboratory, a virtual environment for the study of documentary footage related to the aftermath of September 11, 2001.
Recently, CNDLS Executive Director Randy Bass traveled to the Kanazawa Institute of Technology in Ishikawa, Japan to participate in the 2009 International Roundtable for Library and Information Science, which focused on the topic “New Developments in e-Learning.”
CNDLS is pleased to announce the pilot launch of Georgetown’s OpenCourseWare Initiative.
Georgetown recently announced the launch of the Doyle Building Tolerance Initiative, a campus-wide initiative designed to promote intellectual engagement with the diversity of human experience.
Several workshops at this year’s TLISI offered participants an inspiring view of innovative student work. For example, Michael Wesch shared excerpts from student video projects on anonymity; science faculty showed multimedia projects such as video PSAs about vaccination; American Studies faculty presented student video documentaries and digital stories; and four students representing student-driven projects outside the context of the classroom shared their perspectives on learning.
Two new CNDLS-produced videos, “The Engelhard Project” and “Engelhard: the Student Experience,” take you deeper into the principles behind curriculum infusion.
Frank Ambrosio (Philosophy) has been selected to receive the Dorothy Brown award, given annually by the student body to the faculty member who has had the strongest impact on the students’ collegiate experience.
CNDLS staff members, led by Assistant Director for Science Programs Janet Russell, are collaborating with Georgetown’s Science in the Public Interest (SPI) Program on an innovative virtual forum project.