The Hoya recently published an article exploring how blogs are integrated into Georgetown courses. Author Jonathan Gills interviewed several students and faculty members, including CNDLS’ Eddie Maloney, about their perceptions of course blogs.
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If you are planning to use a course blog or wiki this semester, please email email@example.com or submit a request via the Tools page as soon as possible.
On Wednesday, November 10, stop by the CNDLS main suite (Car Barn 314) anytime between 3:00 and 5:00 to find out more about the tools offered by the Georgetown Commons.
In this post on the Georgetown University Digital Commons Labs blog, Program Coordinator Anna Kruse shares some strategies for evaluating student work on course and research blogs. She points out some useful resources, including rubrics that you might adapt for your own teaching.
Check out this update on Fall 2010 from Digital Commons Project Assistant Yong Lee. In his post on the Digital Commons Labs blog, Yong shares some numbers on current course blog and wiki use along with a preview of some of this semester’s upcoming events.
A recent article in the Georgetown Magazine highlighted the roles played by CNDLS and the Georgetown Learning Initiatives in the shift from a focus on teaching to a focus on learning.
For fifteen years, the Marino Family International Writers’ Academic Workshop has welcomed undergraduate students into the academic community at Georgetown.
Check out this article from Georgetown Alumni Online on social media in the classroom.
Check out the Digital Storytelling Multimedia Archive, which presents the findings from a cross-campus study on student learning and digital storytelling in the humanities.
Creating ePortfolios, which are digital collections of student work, helps students to articulate their academic goals, make connections across disparate courses and disciplines, and reflect back on work done throughout their academic careers.