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Playful and Emergent

Participant-driven courses that blend knowledge and inquiry, play and rigor.

Small and Focused

Limited enrollment for more focused learning, collaboration, and networking.

Practical and Relevant

Topics that move between theory and practice to support classroom and online teaching.

Priced for Teachers

Reasonable fees and special pricing for adjunct / contingent teachers and students.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will the course be synchronous or asynchronous?
Activities will be mostly asynchronous to accommodate as many schedules and time zones as possible. There will be “deadlines” to keep us more or less together, but for most activities there will not be specific times of day where everyone needs to be doing the exact same thing. Synchronous components will be optional; if you have questions about synchronous activities, connect with your instructor just before or after the course begins.

Are there any discounts available?
Yes, students and adjunct/contingent teachers can get $150 off any course by using promotion code DPLAS2016 during the registration process. This is nearly 40% off the regular rate for a three week course. Early bird rates are also available when you register more than one month in advance.

What is your refund policy?
A full refund will be offered up to 10 days before the start of a course.

Do I need a Canvas account to participate?
Yes. Canvas will serve as home base, even as much of our work happens out on the open web. Before you register for a course, you’ll need to create a Canvas account.

Do I need a Twitter account to participate?
Yes, we recommend you set up an account in advance. All Digital Pedagogy Lab Courses use Twitter to some extent. You can use this guide to get started.

How many hours per week of work can I expect?
Our courses are intensive, but we also understand that you have plenty of other obligations. Any course will probably involve 10–15 hours/week of work for most participants. However, if you find yourself with less time one of the weeks, there will be lots of optional activities that you can continue on your own after the course is over.

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