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Friday, Dec. 11, 2020 | noon – 1 p.m.

A Celebration of our Digital Literacy Skills!

Have you stopped to notice how much more digitally competent you are now than you were at the start of the pandemic? Could you have imagined nine months ago that you'd have the technological and digital pedagogy, research, and communication skills you have today?

Please join us to celebrate all the things we have all learned each time we sat at a computer and interacted with our instructional environment. We will think together about how this all fits into a framework for digital competencies that students (and all of us!) have gained in this unusual context. Discuss your own critical digital pedagogy skills as we reflect, celebrate, and build collective language about how we move to the next phases of our instructional pedagogy and find ways to make new and refined digital skills and strategies explicit for our students.

This session will be facilitated by Aisling Quigley, Louann Terveer, Brooke Schmolke, and Ginny Moran and you, the participants! All faculty and staff are welcome.

An email with the link to join the event will be sent via cst-news.


Audience: Faculty, Staff

Sponsor: Jan Serie Center for Scholarship and Teaching (CST)

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