CNDLS is pleased to announce the 2010–2011 Bottlenecks and Thresholds Faculty Fellows. This group of nine faculty from across the university met for the first time as a cohort during a weeklong seminar at this year’s Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI).
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Our annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) starts today.
A recent article in the Blue and Gray describes the Doyle Initiative, a curriculum infusion project that is designed to connect issues of tolerance and diversity to the intellectual content of Georgetown courses.
As we’re planning this year’s TLISI (May 24-26), here’s a look back at one memorable aspect of TLISI ’09–the focus on student work. Read more about the types of assignments that were showcased at various sessions in this blog entry from May 28, 2009.
Several sessions at this year’s Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI), which will take place May 24-26, will focus on ways that faculty can bring their students outside of the traditional classroom setting.
The 16th annual Teaching, Learning, and Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) will take place during the week of May 24th.
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.
Alan Levine of the New Media Consortium recently hosted a Connect@NMC session with our TLISI 2009 featured speaker Michael Wesch, an anthropologist who studies the impact of new media on society and culture.