The Composition Program, in conjunction with Digital Media at Pitt (DMAP), will present a roundtable on digital pedagogy on Thursday, November 16th, from 12-2pm in CL 501. The roundtable will feature talks from Mark Best (Intro to Film; Narrative & Technology), Dan Libertz (Writing for the Public), and Sandra Nelson (SC: Gender) on their approaches to teaching with and producing digital artifacts in a variety of courses in the department. Noel Tague (Composition Program Assistant) and Katie Bird (Digital Media Coordinator) will bookend these talks with some brief reflections on facilitating and evaluating digital projects. We hope to have a robust conversation about the practice of digital pedagogy in our department, exchanging ideas about how this work attends to and amplifies course goals and themes.
The Composition Program will provide lunch. RSVPs to email@example.com are not necessary (walk-ins welcome!) but appreciated.
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