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Liberal Arts Gallery of Digital Pedagogies

The Concept:

Faculty, librarians, instructional technologists/designers and academic specialists across all the LACOL schools (and beyond) are engaged in creative exploration of digital pedagogies for the liberal arts. LACOL is collecting a series of short vignettes to share across our liberal arts network.

The Format:

  • 3-5 minute video (live action or screencast)
  • Audio narration preferred

*close captions will be added to all videos for accessibility
*copyright permissions for all included media must be cleared

Each video should include …

  • The Prompt: What pedagogical problem or challenge are you trying to solve?
  • Your Approach: What (digitally enhanced) teaching strategy are you taking?
  • Tips and Feedback: What has been your experience so far? Any feedback from students?

How to Contribute:

Proposal / Intake Form (coming soon)

The form asks for:

  • Your Contact Information
  • Title / Topic
  • Short description – what will your video cover (300 words or less)
  • Sample image (optional)
  • Related keywords or tags (optional)
  • Link to hosted video (or LACOL can host)

Short (1:17 min) example:

* this examples uses animation, but gallery videos may be live action and/or screencasts

Related Examples:

Topic Ideas:

  • Flipping the classroom
  • Use of tablets and “writing on screens”
  • Instructional video modules to present content or demonstrate learning activities
  • Podcasting or screencasting – by faculty or students
  • Digital Storytelling
  • Uses of mobile technology for teaching or scholarly research
  • Online assignments or activities / how they relate to your classroom
  • Tips for facilitating online discussions
  • Uses of social media
  • Digital personae
  • Giving effective student feedback online
  • Video annotation
  • Text annotation  (collaborative or individual)
  • Online time management
  • Formative assessment / feedback online
  • Online group work (for students, for research)
  • Evaluating online discussions