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Despite their widespread use, multiple choice questions (MCQs) can be challenging to write. Please join us on Tuesday, February 12 for a workshop on crafting MCQs.
Georgetown faculty are invited to an event on general education and threshold concepts co-sponsored by Georgetown’s Writing Program.
Please join us on Wednesday, February 22 for a screening of the film Amreeka, part of the Doyle Film and Culture Series.
VoiceThread is a straight-forward, visually-engaging web application allowing users to make audio, video, or text comments on images, videos, and documents. Please join us on Tuesday for a presentation about VoiceThread by Jennifer Lubkin, instructor in the English as a Foreign Language program.
On Monday, November 7, CNDLS will host a talk by geographer Diana Sinton exploring the roles that mapping technologies can play in higher education.
Monday’s “Digital Anxieties” event – a collaboration between CNDLS, the Gelardin New Media Center, and the Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs – looked at problems of copyright and fair use in academic contexts.
The Doyle Initiative’s first annual symposium on engaging difference, held on Friday, April 30, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m, will feature three notable alumni.
On February 19, CNDLS’ Eddie Maloney spoke at the Scholarly Communications Symposium on Social Media, along with Gerry McCartney (Purdue University) and Ulises Mejias (State University of New York at Oswego).
William Sullivan, Senior Scholar at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, will give a presentation on “Shaping the Life of the Mind for Practice” on Tuesday afternoon.