Digital scholarship broadly involves moving traditional research, teaching, and learning into an open, web-connected environment. It can also involve having students present research in non-traditional ways.
Some resources for those interested in learning more about digital scholarship:
If you are interested in exploring ways you can enhance current, or create new assignments to allow students to present their work in new ways please contact Jedidiah.
What is blended learning?
According to Educause blended learning is a combination of, "traditional face-to-face classroom instruction with online learning." Examples of blended learning are combinations or face-to-face instruction and discussions in an online forum, testing in an online venue outside of regular class time, or web conferencing. This model incorporates the idea of flipping the traditional teaching model. For more about blended learning and flipped learning please see the following resources:
The college supports two main platforms that may be used to create a blended learning environment, Moodle and Google Classroom. There are many tools in each platform that may be used in support of a blended learning environment. The instructional technologist can assist you in matching a specific, appropriate tool in support of the learning objectives in your courses.
For more information about using Moodle:
For more Information about Google Classroom:
If you are interested in learning more about using either teaching platform, discussing a change to a lesson, assignment or module, please contact Jedidiah Rex