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What role does digital pedagogy play in your humanities teaching? Across academia, humanities faculty have been experimenting with innovative uses of digital technology that make learning more inclusive, participatory, collaborative, transparent, and active. Students in humanities disciplines are annotating websites, contributing to public-facing digital archives, analyzing texts through computation, encoding digitized documents, engaging in multimedia storytelling, sharing knowledge and self-reflection through blogs and podcasts, and visualizing humanities data in maps, timelines, and network graphs. We want to know what you've been doing, and we're hoping you're interested in sharing your experience and knowledge with peers.

The SUNY Office of Library and Information Services and SUNY Center for Professional Development, in conjunction with SUNY Press, is organizing an online gathering Friday, March 26, 2021 from 1-2:30 to showcase digital pedagogy in the humanities at SUNY. The gathering will be organized as a series of short (5-10 minute) presentations by SUNY faculty highlighting one course activity that utilizes digital pedagogy. The presentations will be grouped together according to the goals and strategies listed below. The purpose of this call is to identify those faculty interested in presenting at this event. If you can't make the March 26 event but would like to share how you use digital pedagogy, we are also interested in hearing from you here.

This event will follow the same format as one held in September 2020 (recording here). Both are part of a series of online events and workshops designed to create a community of practice within SUNY focused on how to best utilize digital pedagogy to help students achieve learning goals. One goal of this community of practice is to help newcomers to digital pedagogy get started and provide opportunities for more experienced practitioners to acquire new skills, tools, and ideas. Another goal is to support research about digital pedagogy that faculty can use across the spectrum of learning situations, from fully physical to hybrid to fully remote instruction.

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* 1. First Name

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* 2. Last Name

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* 3. Email

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* 4. Campus

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* 5. Department

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* 6. Please select one of the following

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* 7. When you use digital pedagogy in your humanities courses, which of the goals below are you looking to advance? Check all that apply and use "Other" to tell us about any goals not listed here. *

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* 8. In 2-3 sentences, please describe the pedagogical approach and associated activities that you'd be interested in sharing with other humanities faculty during the webinar. What might they learn or take away from hearing about your experience with this pedagogical approach?

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* 9. Check all the activities below that you've used in your humanities courses in an effort to accomplish any of the goals above or implement this pedagogical approach. Use "Other" to tell us about an activity we've left out.

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