DIGITAL PEDAGOGY IDENTITY NETWORKS AND SCHOLARSHIP
This is a pilot 4-week online course I ran for faculty at St. Norbert College exploring digital pedagogy, identity, networks, & scholarship. The course content and some of the discussion was in our LMS, but much of the course happened in the open as participants posted on their blogs, guest speakers talked to us in live Google Hangouts, some conversation happened on the Twitter hashtag #digpins, and we participated in live Twitter chats.
Week 1: Finding your digital space
Blogs and Twitter accounts get started. Reflection on digital identity.
The World as Classroom – David Kulma
Scholar, google thyself – Inger Mewburn
How to Maintain Your Digital Identity as an Academic – Kelli Marshall
Week 2: Teaching and learning with video and other media
Exploring the use of video and other media for both teaching and learning.
Pedagogical Differences in Media – (Teaching in a Digital Age, Tony Bates)
Choosing and Using Media in Education – (Teaching in a Digital Age, Tony Bates)
Week 3 Teaching and learning in the open
Looking at the affordances and challenges of working in the open.
Working in/at Public – Robin De Rosa
Twitter for Teachers: an experiment in openness – Bonnie Stewart
Guest Speaker Robin DeRosa speaks about Open Pedagogy
Week 4 Exploring networks for teaching and learning
Collection of Research Related to Networked Scholarship – George Veletsianos
Open to Influence – Bonnie Stewart
The Weird and Wonderful World of Academic Twitter – Glen Wright
Guest Speaker Bonnie Stewart speaks about Developing Networks