Join SOTL Scholars Susan Rensing (History/Women’s and Gender Studies) and Jodi Eichler-Levine (Religious Studies and Anthropology) for lunch as they discuss the results of their Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Projects. Rensing investigated the use of student blogging to promote civic engagement in Women’s Studies. Eichler-Levine studied the impact of reading and discussing religious memoirs on students’ personal explorations in their own intellectual journals. Register here.
According to the National Endowment for the Humanities, "the ways we read, write, learn, communicate, and play have fundamentally changed due to the advent of networked digital technologies.” Studying these changes is often called “digital humanities”– scholarly activity at the intersection of technology and the humanities. This one-hour session will explore how the digital humanities can be integrated into teaching at UW Oshkosh. Register here.
Sponsored by the UW System Office of Academic and Student Affairs and the Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID), the Wisconsin Teaching Fellows and Scholars Program is pleased to be accepting applications for 2014-15. Outstanding instructors with an interest in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning are invited to apply now. Proposals are due in the Office of Grants and Faculty Development on Oct. 24.
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