Category: Digital Learning Commons

Showcasing Student Work Online

Have you received exemplary student work that you wished to share beyond your classroom? Do you want your students to create projects for public audiences? Showcasing student work online has become a popular option to demonstrate the types of learning …

Language in the Digital Sphere

by Vera Rousseff, DLINQ Intern My personal inquiry, Language in the Digital Sphere, explores how language shapes our experience of the digital world. Like many other members of the Middlebury community, I operate in multiple languages on a daily basis…

Key Takeaways from OLC Innovate 2021

The Online Learning Consortium’s annual Innovate conference was held online from March 15-19, 2021. The DLINQ Instructional Design team attended the conference; here, we present our key takeaways, a-ha moments, and ideas and experiences that inspired a…

Accessibility in WordPress

Webpage Accessibility Checklist Using this list should result in highly accessible (though not necessarily perfect) site. If you are unsure of what a heading is referring to, please refer to the associated links for more information. Theme Selection Us…

Inbox Zero: An Animated Short

by Alivia Kliesen, DLINQ Intern, Computer Science Major DLINQ recently tasked the Interns with creating a visualization that represents some aspect of our relationship to the digital. In tackling this project, I first reflected on the seemingly endles…

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