28
Feb
2017

Registration Opens for Digital Pedagogy Lab 2017 Institutes

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Registration is now open for the Digital Pedagogy Lab 2017 Institutes. After a brief delay precipitated by the January 27, 2017 Executive Order banning immigration, we are now able to open registration for two events.

The first of these events will take place in Vancouver, British Columbia July 28-30 at the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Richmond campus. Rusul Alrubail and Jesse Stommel will keynote. This three-day event will feature three tracks:

  • Open Pedagogy and Social Justice with Robin DeRosa and Rajiv Jhangiani
  • Digital Literacies with Bonnie Stewart
  • Writing about Teaching with Jesse Stommel and Sean Michael Morris

To learn more about Digital Pedagogy Lab Vancouver, visit the event page.

Register for DPL Vancouver

 

The second event will take place in Fredericksburg, VA August 7-11 at the University of Mary Washington. Sara Goldrick-Rab, Adeline Koh, Maha Bali, and Chris Gilliard will keynote. This five-day event will feature four tracks:

  • Intro to Critical Digital Pedagogy with Jesse Stommel and Chris Friend
  • Networked Learning and Intercultural Collaboration with Maha Bali and Kate Bowles
  • Critical Instructional Design with Amy Collier and Amy Slay
  • Domain of One’s Own with Martha Burtis

To learn more about Digital Pedagogy Lab Fredericksburg, visit the event page.

Register for DPL Fredericksburg

 

Institute participants choose a track and work collaboratively in small workshop-style classes. Each track is open to all backgrounds and skill levels. Participants also have the opportunity to present lightning talks or digital posters. Let us know if you are interested in this, as you register, and we will contact you with additional information.

Digital Pedagogy Lab Institutes are planned, managed, and run by a small, dedicated volunteer staff who work tirelessly toward the non-profit organization’s mission: to support a community of learners and teachers to inspire educational approaches based on pedagogies, policies, and critical practices that support agency, creativity, and inquiry. The Institutes are a unique professional development opportunity that allow educators to come together as a community to explore what it means to support digital learning in every facet of our fields.

We hope you will join us for one of these two excellent events. Seats are limited at both events, and do fill quickly, so register today to reserve your spot!

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