Presentation Title

Completing the Circle: Blended Learning in Digital Scholarship Student Programs

Presenter Information

Alicia Peaker, Bryn Mawr College

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Submission Type

20-minute Presentation

Abstract

In the Digital Scholarship Program at Bryn Mawr, undergraduate and graduate students both learn through and produce blended learning materials. The Digital Scholarship Program runs two academic year and one summer program for small cohorts of students to enhance their digital competencies and contribute to collaborative digital scholarship projects. In each program, students produce digital instructional materials for future cohorts and, in the case of some projects, other scholars or audiences. Blended materials are known to enable asynchronous learning within groups, but we have also found that they have been essential in establishing connections among the various programs.

Start Date

5-23-2018 1:50 PM

Description

In the Digital Scholarship Program at Bryn Mawr, undergraduate and graduate students both learn through and produce blended learning materials. The Digital Scholarship Program runs two academic year and one summer program for small cohorts of students to enhance their digital competencies and contribute to collaborative digital scholarship projects. In each program, students produce digital instructional materials for future cohorts and, in the case of some projects, other scholars or audiences. Blended materials are known to enable asynchronous learning within groups, but we have also found that they have been essential in establishing connections among the various programs.

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May 23rd, 1:50 PM

Completing the Circle: Blended Learning in Digital Scholarship Student Programs

In the Digital Scholarship Program at Bryn Mawr, undergraduate and graduate students both learn through and produce blended learning materials. The Digital Scholarship Program runs two academic year and one summer program for small cohorts of students to enhance their digital competencies and contribute to collaborative digital scholarship projects. In each program, students produce digital instructional materials for future cohorts and, in the case of some projects, other scholars or audiences. Blended materials are known to enable asynchronous learning within groups, but we have also found that they have been essential in establishing connections among the various programs.