Format: Infographic What: Research Assignment Course(s): PSY241 Child Development Fall 2019 Who: Psychology Professor, Drew Gadaire Description: For this course assignment, students worked in groups to synthesize and communicate scholarly research applied to a
Hi readers, My name is Emily Privott and I am a 2019 graduate of Davidson. And I’m still on campus. Why you might ask? Because I work here. Currently, I am the Archives Assistant in Archives and Special Collections in the library. Interestingly enough, my work here did not start
Format: Podcast What: Course Assignment Course(s): SPA 260: Conversation and Composition Who: Faculty, Samuel Sánchez y Sánchez Description: Students work in pairs on a project that examines a topic that emerges from a combination of their own
I’ve been in the city since January 13, so about four weeks (almost a month, wow). And when I say in the city, I mean in the city. My housing is in Nob Hill, up a very steep California Street. The space where I have my “classes” is in the heart of the Financial District, right at Market Street, and
Hi there readers, Happy 2020 to all of you! Reigning it in from the end of a decade, I'm back. It has been some weeks, a month actually— with the break, my days off, and then of course the continued story of my colleague Thomas' journey from a school of the arts to the town of Davidson.
Hey again, I want to begin by wishing each of you a Happy New Year!! In addition, I want to thank each of you for taking time out of your busy lives to visit the Digital Learning website here at Davidson College! Now on to part two of my blog post (Part 1). During the early summer
Format: Online Course What: Davidson Now Course Course(s): The Story of Fake News Who: Faculty, Amanda Martinez and Mark Sample Description: Digital studies professor Dr. Sample and sociology/ communication studies professor Dr. Martinez collaborated together to
Format: Online Course What: Davidson Now Course through edX Course(s): How to Do Things with Memes Who: Faculty, Mark Sample Description: In Spring 2019, Professor Mark Sample from Digital Studies worked with the Digital Learning team to create a Davidson Now course about