The summer 2015 edition of the Austin College Magazine features a cover story on the digital pedagogy initiative here at the college. We’re grateful to Vickie Kirby, Leigh-Ellen Romm, and all those whose hard work contributed to a very fine article. In addition to the main story, there are breakout sections highlighting four faculty projects: Jennifer Johnson-Cooper (Beginning Chinese I); Dan Dominick (Music History II); Ian MacFarlane (Psychology 101); and Andy Carr (Organic Chemistry). I also have an essay that further describes our goal of having faculty and students establish themselves with a professional academic presence and portfolio on the Web (described by Gardner Campbell as a “personal cyberinfrastructure“).
The entire issue is excellent, of course, so do be sure to take it all in!