Undergraduates as Public Digital Scholars

On Thursday, January 24 at 4:15 pm, NITLE presents this session at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities:

Undergraduates as Public Digital Scholars

How do we prepare students to be lifelong learners who are adaptive, networked and engaged citizens? By becoming public digital scholars, undergraduates learn digital methods of analysis, critique, and networked communication and gain experience in the increasingly public, global, collaborative, and networked process of knowledge production and exchange.

Rebecca Davis, Program Officer for the Humanities, National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education; Jeffrey McClurken, Chair and Associate Professor of History and American Studies, University of Mary Washington; James Proctor, Professor, Environmental Studies Program, Lewis and Clark College; Daniel Chamberlain, Director, Center for Digital Learning and Research, Occidental College.

Presentation materials are available online.

Slides from the introduction by Rebecca Frost Davis: http://www.slideshare.net/rebeccadavis/undergrads-scholars

Presentation materials from Daniel Chamberlain: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owdYUIJsm9GwiUWKO6BWBZboK31jKw5dMTiyjM9GpiA/edit

Links and Materials from Jeffrey McClurken: http://mcclurken.org/presentations/aacu2013/

Presentation Map from James Proctor: http://bit.ly/aacu2013

Other Links of Interest:

On FERPA and Privacy Concerns: Guidelines for Public, Student Class Blogs: Ethics, Legalities, FERPA and More (from the HASTAC Blog)

Links from Daniel Chamberlain, Occidental College

Occidental Center for Digital Learning + Research: http://www.oxy.edu/center-digital-learning-research

Occidental CDLR Projects: http://www.oxy.edu/center-digital-learning-research/projects

Adrianne Wadewitz’s Media Revolutions Course: http://cdlrsandbox.org/wordpress/mediarevolutions/

Suzanne Scott’s Fandom and Participatory Culture Course: http://cdlrsandbox.org/wordpress/csp26fall2011/

Moore Lab for Zoology Beta Site: http://cdlrsandbox.org/moorelab/omeka/

Adrianne Wadewitz’s NE Primer Beta Site: http://cdlrsandbox.org/neprimer/

Social Media Timeline created by students in CSP12: Digital Lifestyles: http://cdlrsandbox.org/chamberlain/dmtimeline.html

Occidental Media Infrastructure Google Map created by students in CSP12: Digital Lifestyles: http://goo.gl/maps/uYnwr

OxyScholar Publishing Platform for Digital Scholarly Work: http://scholar.oxy.edu/

OxyCorps Project:

Oxy Street Art Project: http://oxystreetartproject.org/

Paul Williams Collection in Hypercities: http://hypercities.ats.ucla.edu/#collections/35467

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