Posts tagged with “Workshops” (All posts)

Fall 2021—Back on Campus

29 August 2021

The new academic year is almost here, and we want to make sure everyone has the resources they need to be successful.  Please find below a list of learning opportunities…

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Day of DH 2021

17 June 2021

Carleton’s Day of DH or Day of Digital Humanities had its 5th year (with last year missing), and, of course, we did it virtually. While this changed the format a little…

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Instructional Video Workshops Fill up Fast!

29 June 2018

I’m already excited to be a part of the team hosting this Instructional Video Workshop at Carleton in late July!  Attendees will not only take-way a concrete and replicable process…

F17 [un]Workshop Schedule!

17 October 2017

Join us for this term’s series of [un]Workshops: 10/17 (Tue) – 3-4p – Leighton 426  Title: Social Reading and Notetaking: An Overview of Web Annotation Tools Blurb: A foundational activity…

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New [un]workshop: Preparing for Learning to Happen During Class

24 April 2017

About this [un]workshop: Class time is precious and often we want to use it to hear from students, push content to them, and practice them in ways of thinking and…

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I Just Know…

17 April 2017

A recent Science Post satirical article titled, “I just know” replaces systematic reviews at the top of the evidence pyramid, is a pretty funny read with a darker side. While…


New [un]workshop: Extending learning outside class time (and knowing that learning happens)

17 April 2017

About the [un]workshop: Assigning work for students to do outside of class so they come prepared to engage inside class can be a great pedagogical move. If all students don’t…

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New [un]workshop: Making the case that learning is happening (for everyone) in your classroom

10 April 2017

What the [un]workshop is about: High Impact Practices suggest that much learning occurs outside the formal classroom. This likely isn’t the case for your classroom but how can you know?…


New [un]workshop: Promoting Critical Thinking with Design-Rich Assignments

3 April 2017

What the unWorkshop is about: Communicating arguments effectively through a visual medium has its own particular set of opportunities, challenges, and logics–and students often lack exposure and practice in these…