The 2015 Mellon Digital Pedagogy Workshop was held this past Saturday, and the participants enjoyed stimulating presentations and conversations about their projects. Fourteen grantees attended; there were four showcase demonstrations of completed (or nearly completed) projects, and six breakout sessions for attendees to choose from. We’ll be blogging a lot more of the specifics in the days to come, but for now, here are a few pictures from the proceedings.
Gathering in the Library Digital Commons prior to getting started.
Andy Carr describes how he “flipped” his organic chemistry class to improve student learning outcomes.
Jim Hebda explains how he and John Richardson have transformed their Biochemistry class by using tablets to create presentations, then projecting and annotating them during class and saving the files with voice narration for students to watch and listen to again later.
Discussing textual and video annotations during a breakout session in Abell 104
A breakout session on collaborative student learning spaces
We continue the conversation with a working lunch.