Digital Pedagogy Cohort

Led by the Faculty Hub’s technology consultants, the DPC provides opportunities for faculty to improve their skill with digital pedagogy methods, increase their familiarity with digital pedagogy theories, and cultivate community during a semester-based cohort model. In addition to individual consultations available to all faculty, DPC cohort members engage in seminar-style discussions around the use of digital pedagogies, and be eligible to request in-class workshop observation and customized feedback from Hub technology consultants.

2021 Fall DPC

Our pilot cohort will focus on digital media projects: digital storytelling, podcasting, videographic essays, etc. Designed for faculty creating a digital media assignment or project for the first time, or for faculty wanting to improve an existing assignment or project. The cohort meets twice a month during the fall semester, with individual consultations and in-class observations available by request.

Resources

Topic Resource
Designing Effective Digital Media Projects Guide
Creating Flexible Digital Media Assignments Guide
Where to Find Stock Media Guide
Considerations for Scaffolding Digital Media Assignments Slides
More to come!

2021 Spring DPC

The 2021 spring Digital Pedagogy cohort topic will be web publishing. Have you ever thought about creating a blog assignment, online exhibition, or social media assignment for your course. Have you incorporated a web publishing assignment in the past but want to improve it? If so, email us at facultyhub@richmond.edu and let us know you'd like to participate.