Learning in the Digital Age (LiDA) Series

Please join us for the Center for Learning in the Digital Age’s (LiDA) Colloquium Series. More information about each session will follow as we get closer to each date and further finalize the plan for each session – so make sure we have your contact information (if not, send your email address to yhan18@u.rochester.edu).
As a reminder, we will always meet 3-4:30 pm in the Genrich-Rusling Room (LeChase 215)

  • January 24 - Open Sharing
    • Facilitated by Jayne C. Lammers, Associate Professor, Associate Director Center for Learning in the Digital Age
  • February 21 - Fostering systemic change around digitally-rich education: A focus on getting started
  • March 21 - Social and tactile augmented reality for STEM learning and teaching: Roles, strategies, and laughter
  • April 4 - Inclusivity matters: A conversation with digital learning designers
  • April 18 - How do they do it? K-12 teachers’ stories of digitally-rich instruction
    • Panel of K-12 teachers will include: Judith Van Alstyne (Head Librarian, Allendale Columbia), Kimberly McLean (Math, Spencerport High School), Maria Frey Griffin (2ndgrade, Ivan Green Primary School), Marcella Didio (Library Media Specialist, Auburn Junior High School)
    • https://padlet.com/LiDA18/0418
  • May 2 – What Can We Learn About Technology Interventions? 
    • Facilitated by Eric E. Fredericksen, Associate Professor, Associate Director Center for Learning in the Digital Age, Associate Vice President of Online Learning; and Sarah E. Peyre, Associate Dean for Innovative Education, Executive Director, Institute for Innovative Education, Professor of Surgery, Nursing, Medical Humanities and Bioethics
    • https://padlet.com/LiDA18/0502

We will continue to use Padlet as a way to record participants’ questions and insights throughout the session and beyond.
Warner students: If you want to take advantage of other opportunities to participate in LiDA experiences beside the LiDA Colloquium Series, please complete the Student Interest Survey here.
See you at our next LiDA Series session!