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DigPINS: An Online Faculty Development Experience About Pedagogy, Identity, Networking, And Scholarship
Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching (2019)
  • Autumm Caines, University of Michigan - Dearborn
  • Joseph M. Murphy, Kenyon College
Abstract
#DigPINS is an open faculty development curriculum which gives faculty an opportunity to try out a variety of different online information tools in reflective cohorts. Following a heutagogical model, #DigPINS encourages faculty to think about both the affordances and costs of particular tools, and the personal, social, and philosophical structures in which they fit, and to experience online environments as learners before implementing them in the classroom. 
Keywords
  • faculty development
Publication Date
November 23, 2019
Location
Oxford, OH
Citation Information
Autumm Caines and Joseph M. Murphy. "DigPINS: An Online Faculty Development Experience About Pedagogy, Identity, Networking, And Scholarship" Original Lilly Conference on College Teaching (2019)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joseph-murphy/5/
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