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Learning in the Digital Age (LiDA) Series

We have finalized the topics for all of the remaining sessions of the Learning in the Digital Age LiDA Colloquium Series for fall 2018, and we want to share this information with you right away, so you can put it on your calendar. 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 you we have your contact information (if not, send your email address to yhan18@u.rochester.edu ).

  • October 4: How can we study teaching and learning in digital spaces? A focus on ethical issues
  • October 18: How can we leverage digital technologies to create “radically new” learning experiences? A focus on K-16 education
  • November 1: How can we develop digitally-rich teaching practices? A focus on leveraging OER and other available digital resources
  • November 15: How can we foster systemic change around digitally-rich education? A focus on getting started
  • November 29: How can we leverage digital technologies to create “radically new” learning experiences? A focus on professional education
  • December 13: How can we study teaching and learning in digital spaces? A focus on measuring “success”

 As a reminder, we will always meet 3-4:30 pm in the Genrich-Rusling Room (LeChase 215), and each session will take on the following format to encourage dialogue and collaboration around each of the chosen topics:

  • 3-3:10 pm: Framing of the session and initial brainstorming
  • 3:10-4 pm: Set of brief “jump-starting” presentations
  • 4-4:30 pm: Open discussion and contributions from the audience

We also plan to 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!