DIGITAL INSTRUCTION PROJECT
Co-sponsored by the Digital Scholarship Commons (DSC), the Digital Instruction Project is a year-long program that supports a cohort of faculty to develop and implement an impactful digital assignment.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Co-sponsored by the Digital Scholarship Commons (DSC), the Digital Instruction Project provides time and space for focused and thoughtful conversation about pedagogy with a dedicated faculty cohort; one-on-one consultation and assignment development with Aaron Zachmeier, Instructional Designer; and student support for course development and digital project implementation in the classroom.
Participants commit to:
· Design and development consultation
· A two-hour workshop with faculty cohort to refine assignment plans
· Implementation of assignment in classroom during Winter or Spring Quarters
· Public presentation of assignment
· Evaluation and additional meeting to refine assignment for future use
DIGITAL INSTRUCTION PROJECT COHORTS
2018-19 History Department Cohort
Noriko Aso, History
Fernando Leiva, Latin American & Latino Studies
Cecilia Rivas, Latin American & Latino Studies
2016-17 Inaugural Cohort
Philip Longo, Writing Program
Kyle Parry, History of Art & Visual Culture
Cat Ramírez, Latin American & Latino Studies
Amanda Smith, Literature
Zac Zimmer, Literature
HOW TO APPLY
The 2018–19 Digital Instruction Project (DIP) focuses on a cohort of History Department faculty who are further developing their expertise with digital assignment design in relation to their teaching goals and in the context of the History Department's current curricular revisions.
The applications for the 2018-19 DIP cohort are now closed. Check back in September 2019 for more information about the 2019-20 Digital Instruction Project.