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Digital Pedagogy Institute - 4th Annual Conference

The list of three plenary speakers has been announced for the 4th Annual Digital Pedagogy Institute conference will be held this August at Brock University (Niagara Region, Ontario):


Dates: Wednesday August 16 – Thursday August 17, 2017
Location: Brock University (St. Catharines, Ontario)
Twitter: @DPI2017

Proposal Deadline: June 1
Early Bird Registration Deadline: June 22

The two-day conference will include keynote addresses, presentations, workshops, and digital tool training that focus on the innovative use of digital technologies to enhance and transform undergraduate and graduate teaching.

Plenary Speakers:

• Dr. Ian Milligan, University of Waterloo
"Learning to Collaborate (or Why You Should Hang Out with Librarians)"

• Dr. Bonnie Stewart, University of Prince Edward Island
"The State of Digital Pedagogy: Where Networks and Institutions Intersect"

• Dr. Joycelyn Wilson, Georgia Tech
"The Hip Hop Archive as Pedagogical Design Issue: Speculating Across the Digital to the Physical "

You are invited to submit a proposal for a paper, workshop, or poster:

•      digital pedagogy best practices in the Humanities or Social Sciences;
•      digital pedagogy collaborations between faculty, educational developers, librarians, and/or graduate/undergraduate students;
•      digital pedagogy collaborations with organizations outside the academy;
•      the state of digital pedagogy education in higher education;
•      digital pedagogy case studies, including course and assignment innovations;
•      innovative new uses for traditional digital pedagogy tools.

The Digital Pedagogy Institute is a partnership between Brock University, the University of Guelph, and the University of Toronto Scarborough.

David Hutchison, PhD, PMP
Professor, Department of Teacher Education, Faculty of Education
Director, Centre for Digital Humanities, Faculty of Humanities
Brock University


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