Our purpose: Guided by Davidson’s primary purpose “to assist students in developing humane instincts and disciplined and creative minds for lives of leadership and service” we strive to include digital spaces in these endeavors. In what ways can technology be leveraged for active learning, working outside of classroom walls, authentic assignments, and students building agency? What does being humane in digital spaces look like? What types of experiences can we give students to explore being humane, disciplined, and creative in online spaces? Let’s find ways for students and our broader college community to explore these opportunities.
The Digital Learning Team collaborate with faculty on the use, development, and evaluation of a wide range of teaching and learning technologies. We are available to assist in the design of assignments, projects, or courses that involve digital tools and spaces. You may have an idea for a project or assignment that uses story mapping, timelines, podcasts, video, infographics, social media, or you would like to develop an online course space. Set up a consult. We look forward to discussing how to explore hybrid modalities in ways that meaningfully add to students’ learning experiences. Student media consultants are also available to meet one-on-one with students Sunday-Thursday 8pm-11pm in Studio D in the library.