Empathy. It’s a word I’ve always hated. I know, that’s not very empathetic of me. But to me it has always meant, “being nice to the person who is mean to you, because…just because.” I’ve never had a compelling reason to care about empathy. I regarded the idea with a bit of skepticism. Is it […]
Author: Evelyn Helminen
An Envisioning Middlebury Conversation In the final lecture of our Envisioning Middlebury series, JACQUELINE ROYSTER, dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at the Georgia Institute of Technology and professor of English in the School of Literature, Media, and Communications, will speak about the continuing necessity of the liberal arts and how they […]
Two events connect to MiddCreate: a Talk and a Workshop by Audrey Watters, Friday, October 21 | The talk: “Attending to the Digital / Reclaiming the Web,” 10:30 a.m., Van Buren 499 | Post-lecture workshop + lunch: “A Domain is not a Website,” Design Sp@ce, MG 001, 12:00-2:00. (RSVP required)
Middlebury Institute student Melissa Hewitt’s 10,000-mile journey to Malawi began with a phone call home to Mom—a call that started her down a path of alumni connections that led all the way to Southeast Africa.
Faculty from the Middlebury Institute, Language Schools, Bread Loaf School of English, Schools Abroad, and the undergraduate college examined immersive learning in the digital age at a recent Envisioning Middlebury panel.
The Digital Learning Commons from Monterey is leading a workshop in Middlebury, Vermont on Thursday, July 7, in collaboration with the Office of Organizational Development. It is being held at the Kirk Alumni Center. Sign up and
MiddCreate Workshop + Brown Bag Lunch, Tuesday June 14, 12:00-1:00, in the DLC Learning Lab. Come see more examples of how you can use multiple MiddCreate applications together!
Come learn about the many other diverse applications offered in Middcreate including alternate blogging platforms, social publishing, and survey makers. The workshop will be held in the Learning Lab of the Digital Learning Commons on Thursday, March 17, from 12:00-1:00.
With a domain of your own, you can explore the creation and development of your digital identity in whatever way you choose. This year we are exploring how this environment can be used to share, collaborate on, and discuss our academic and professional work across Middlebury and beyond! Come to the “MiddCreate” open house to learn more. Domain of One’s Own is an initiative of the Associate Provost for Digital Learning, in collaboration with the DLC.
The Digital Learning Commons had a very busy fall semester 2015! Below, you can see some of the highlights that include: How much the space was used, and in what ways Use of resources Staff support