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Calling all faculty! Come to the Digital/Critical Presentations March 2!

The Library is hosting a presentation of the exciting Digital/Critical projects on Wednesday, March 2, from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Come find out what your colleagues have done to refresh their assignments, engage their students, and introduce new critical thinking skills into their classes! 

The Digital/Critical cohort is a group of faculty and librarians collaborating to transform traditional research papers into new, creative multimedia assignments. Students learn to think critically about using media to convey information and gain twenty-first-century digital skills. Projects include video case studies, digital policy briefings, data visualizations, and more. Come see how this year's group of faculty changed their courses in exciting and compelling ways!

WhatPresentations by Elizabeth Stanny and Nicole Lawson, David McCuan and Laura Krier, Cathy Kroll and Caitlin Plovnick...and some student speakers, too!

WhenWednesday, March 2, 2016, 10:00 a.m. – noon

WhereSchulz 3001, on the 3rd floor of the Library

RSVPProject Coordinator, Felicia Kalker,

If all of this sounds interesting, you have the chance to participate in the 2016 Digital/Critical Cohort! 

  • Earn a stipend for attending four workshops (in Summer/Fall)
  • Refresh your curriculum in a research-focused or capstone course (upper division)
  • Team up with a librarian
  • Gain experiencing using multimedia tools
  • Create a digital literacy assignment to implement in Fall 2016

Come to the presentations and check out the Digital/Critical Guide for more details and application information.