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 »
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What if students wanted to play courses until they won? This is what the Engaging by Design Fall 2015 ITEL cohort at CNDLS is exploring: using interactive games and simulations to create dynamic conversation tools to engage students. ITEL cohort leads William Garr and Yong Lee opened the first meeting of the participating professors by… Read more »
Professor Jim Groom visited Georgetown University on Friday, September 25 to speak with CNDLS staff about the digital pedagogical tool, Domain of One’s Own. Jim is the former Executive Director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies and adjunct professor at the University of Mary Washington. Working in higher education for over fifteen… Read more »
CNDLS is delighted to announce funding decisions for the fifth Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL) call, including members of the four ITEL cohorts and recipients of both Open Track grants and GeorgetownX MOOCs. ITEL provides faculty the funding and support they need to bring technology-focused teaching and learning projects to life. Awarded faculty will be… Read more »
The second annual Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE) Colloquium for GUMC Educators in the Health Professions took place on Tuesday, June 2, and featured several sessions highlighting the work of the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL). Our own CNDLS staff, Susan Pennestri and Graduate Associate Eleri Syverson presented on a year-long ITEL project… Read more »
On Monday, October 7, members of the Georgetown community gathered to celebrate projects currently funded by the Initiative for Technology-Enhanced Learning (ITEL). The event was an opportunity for faculty to share what they have accomplished thus far in the first round of funding, and to learn about the work their colleagues have done to transform… Read more »
More than 100 faculty and staff participated this year in CNDLS’s annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI). From May 20-23, participants were invited to attend one of three different programs: Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), Writing in the Disciplines Symposium, and Doyle Faculty Fellowships.
This week, faculty are gathering for intensive discussions on teaching and learning as part of our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI).
This fall, Georgetown will offer two courses on the edX platform: Introduction to Bioethics and Globalization’s Winners and Losers: Challenges for Developed and Developing Countries.
In January, CNDLS will be offering ITEL Idea Workshops for faculty interested in submitting proposals for ITEL (the Initiative on Technology-Enhanced Learning).