Lewis and Clark Graffiti Project

Margo Ballantyne of Lewis and Clark College follows up the NITLE Camp mobile track with a student mobile project on graffiti in New York City.  Find out more about the LC Graffiti Project on their blog.

Mapping Digital Storytelling

The first task tackled by the digital storytelling community meeting at NITLE Camp was mapping the concept.  You can see the results here:

Collaborative Mind Map of Digital Storytelling

Click the image to explore this prezi. What would you add to our definition?

Poster Session, Tuesday, June 22

Kathy Filatreau and Sonia Chaidez of Whittier College present their poster, "Digital Storytelling: The Circuit to Build 21st Century Literacy Skills."

The community meetings at NITLE Camp on June 22 continued with a poster session where participants and presenters could discuss projects individually and in more detail.  Posters covered a variety of topics including digital storytelling, Moodle, digital scholarship, Google Earth, social media, student technology internships and multimedia projects.

Abstracts for the NITLE Camp Poster session are available online here: Poster Session Abstracts.

NITLE Camp 2010 is Underway

NITLE Camp 2010 is now underway.  Camp participants can find materials here: http://nitlecamp2010.pbworks.com/

Final Participant List

Below is the link for the final version of the Participant List for the NITLE Camp 2010.

Participant List for NITLE Camp 2010

Final Information for Camp Participants

This email from Rebecca Davis went out yesterday to all camp participants.  Please note that the Public Safety Office in in the Student Union Memorial Building, room 200:

Rebecca Davis


We look forward to seeing you next week at DePauw University for NITLE Camp 2010.  This email will give you final information about where to go and what to do once you arrive on campus, as well as other relevant information.  Please save or print this email.

The final program for NITLE Camp 2010 is now available online: Final_NITLE Camp Program

Housing Check-In

  • Those staying in the dorms, please go to the Public Safety office in the student union memorial building #200.  They will check you in and give you a housing packet and key. (You should have received a separate email from Arden Baxter confirming your dorm stay; its subject line was “NITLE Camp: Important Dorm Information.”)
  • Those staying in the Walden Inn, please check in there.

Camp Registration and Materials

  • Please check in and pick up your Camp materials at the Camp registration desk.  See the schedule below.
    • Monday: Green Center for the Performing Arts Rm. 1015 (Kerr Theater), 11 am – 1 pm; Walden Inn, Social Center (Opening Reception), 6:00-6:30 pm
    • Tuesday: Julian Center, Julian Atrium, 8:00 – 9:00 am
    • After Tuesday morning, please pick up your camp materials at your workshop location, as listed on the online schedule overview.

Dress and Weather

  • Dress is casual.
  • Weather forecast: Current forecast is showing highs around 90° F / 32° C and lows around 70° F / 22° C (please confirm before you pack).


  • Meals are not available in the dining hall on Sunday, June 20.
  • Breakfast:
    • For those staying in the dorms: Hub, Memorial Student Union, 7 am-8:30 am
    • For those staying in the Walden Inn: Walden Inn
  • Lunch is provided in the Hub, Memorial Student Union, Tuesday-Thursday, June 22-24, 12-1:15 pm, for those attending a workshop or meeting that is part of Camp.
  • Dinner is provided at the keynote in the Walden Inn Social Center on Monday night, June 21.
  • There will be light refreshments at the Poster Session, Tuesday, June 22 in the Julian Atrium.
  • For all other meals, see this page for local dining options.

Local Travel

Campus Map and Parking

  • Please park in visitors’ spots or residence hall parking as listed on the DePauw Campus Map.


  • Public Safety Office: 765-658-4261

If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know.  Otherwise, have a great trip!

All the Best,
Rebecca Davis

Breakfast for Those Staying in the Dorms

Those staying on campus in the DePauw Dorms (Rector Village) can get breakfast each day, 7:00 – 8:30 am in The Hub, Memorial Student Union Building.

DePauw Campus Map Showing NITLE Camp Locations

This DePauw Campus map shows NITLE Camp locations in blue: DePauw Campus Map with NITLE Camp Locations

Final Program for NITLE Camp 2010

The final program for NITLE Camp 2010 is now available online: Final_NITLE Camp Program

Staying in the Dorms?

Bedroom in Rector Village

If you’re staying in the DePauw dorms, here’s the information you’ll need.  Please make sure to confirm your arrival time with Arden Baxter at abaxter@nitle.org.

Check-In Procedures

Check in at the Public Safety Office, located in the Student Union Memorial Building #200. The Public Safety Office operates 24 hours a day but the office itself is open 7am-11pm daily. If you are arriving outside of office hours please let Arden Baxter (abaxter@nitle.org) know, so we can check in for you and get your dorm packet.

Accommodations and What to Bring

On Campus Housing will be in Rector Village. The cost is $35/night and includes breakfast in the dining hall.

  • Eight-person suites have single rooms and two and a half bathrooms, complete with full kitchens and living rooms.
  • Linens, pillows, blankets, one towel and washcloth are provided.
  • Bring your own toiletries, cell phones, extra towel (the ones provided are thin), and an Ethernet cable if you want Internet in your room.

Helpful Information: