Digital Literacy and Collaborative Learning Workshop

The DLCL workshop was funded by a grant from the Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) as part of the ACS/R1 grants.  I designed a two-day workshop (in conjunction with Dr. Scot French)  to develop a cross-institutional framework for promoting broadly collaborative, community-based undergraduate and graduate student research employing the tools and methods linked to digital humanities. The goal of this workshop was to expand faculty dialogues and initiatives at each institution connected to community engagement and digital humanities.

Popular Tools

Based on workshop outcomes, these tools are effective.

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You can download 2017 DLCL lesson plans via this link.