Digital Literacy and Collaborative Learning (DLCL) Lightning Round Presentations

This past fall, with support from an ACS/R1 planning grant, Julian Chambliss @julianchambliss (Rollins College/History) and Scot French @scotfrench (University of Central Florida/History) organized a Digital Literacy and Collaborative Learning Workshop to explore ways to promote community in the classroom, develop collaborative projects, and create digital narratives using methods and tools linked to digital humanities.

This session will feature brief “lightning round” style presentations by participants in the recent DLCL workshop. Each five-minute presentation will provide an overview of the lesson plans they developed based on methods and tools participants explored.

Participants include:

Rollins College

  • Nancy Decker
  • Amy Parziale ( @ProfessorParz )
  • Daniel Myer
  • Rachel Walton

University of Central Florida

*Thanks to the generosity of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) awards planning grants to support partnership and collaboration between liberal arts and Research 1 institutions.


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About scotfrench

I am a digital/public historian specializing in the interpretation of cultural landscapes and sites of memory associated with Southern, African American, and Atlantic World history. My current research project, a collaboration with visualization specialist Bill Ferster, involves mapping the correspondence of Thomas Jefferson and William Short across time and space to reveal patterns of change and persistence, convergence and divergence. Our digital project, "Notes on the Future of Virginia," has been accepted for presentation at the 2012 annual meeting of the American Historical Association meeting in Chicago.

One Response to Digital Literacy and Collaborative Learning (DLCL) Lightning Round Presentations

  1. I’m looking forward to what the DLCL group will present!

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