[Humanist] 29.186 events: digital pedagogy

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 186.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2015 19:58:55 +0000
        From: Paulina Rousseau <prousseau at utsc.utoronto.ca>
        Subject: Digital Pedagogy Institute - August 19th - 21st,	2015 - Registration and Scholarships


Dear Colleagues,

Registration is now open for the second iteration of the Digital Pedagogy Institute (http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/conferences/dpi/), co-hosted by the University of Toronto Scarborough, Brock University, and Ryerson University, and supported by the generosity of a SSHRC Connections grant and Victoria Owen, UTSC Chief Librarian. This Institute will explore the potential impact that digital pedagogy has on student experience.

The Digital Pedagogy Institute will explore following topics:

•             How can digital research methodologies be used to improve student

learning and engagement?

•             What are the best methods for teaching students digital skills so that

they can actively participate in knowledge mobilization related to digital research? What instructional strategies have proven to be most successful?

•             What political and ideological decisions do educators (and institutions)

involved in digital scholarship make in planning their teaching and research?

•             How can faculty shift from transmitting knowledge to facilitating

collaborative learning, co-inquiring and co-learning with students via activity-centered projects?

It will consist of plenary sessions, informational sessions, panel discussions, as well as hands-on workshops involving digital tools for research and curriculum development. Presentations from those who have developed digital projects as part of curriculum will give participants insight into the integration of this skill set into the post-secondary context, and how this integration has the potential to ameliorate learning experience and job readiness.

TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS

The Digital Pedagogy Institute, made possible through great support from Victoria Owen, Chief Librarian - UTSC, Brock University, Ryerson University, and the generosity of a SSHRC Connections grant, is offering seven (7) $500 travel scholarship to the conference. In order to qualify:

  *   Students must be currently enrolled as a graduate student(exceptions will be made for undergrads) in a recognized post-secondary Institution.
  *   Students must submit a 250 word statements about why they would like to attend the conference and how they would benefit from the award.
  *   Preference will be given to speakers of successful proposals.
  *   Proposals must be received by July 30th, 2015.

WHO

The Digital Pedagogy Institute is open and will bring together faculty members, scholars, librarians, and students with considerable expertise or interest in the area of digital pedagogy.

WHEN/WHERE

August 19th + 20th, 2015: University of Toronto Scarborough Campus, Toronto, ON

August 21st, 2015: Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

COST

The cost of registration is $80.00. Please visit the DPI website in order to register (http://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/conferences/dpi/register/).

CONFIRMED PLENARY SPEAKERS

Nora Young - Host of CBC Radio’s Spark, Author of The Virtual Self Geoffrey Rockwell - Director of the Kule Institute for Advanced Study, University of Alberta Diane Jakacki - Digital Scholarship Coordinator and Faculty Teaching Associate in Comparative Humanities, Bucknell University Miriam Posner - Coordinator of the Digital Humanities, UCLA Sam Popowich - Discovery Systems Librarian at University of Alberta

Questions? Please email Paulina Rousseau: prousseau at utsc.utoronto.ca<mailto:prousseau at utsc.utoronto.ca>
Twitter: #digped2015
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