Following are recent presentations from the Graduate Forum Workshop, arranged by graduate students for the entire HSOC community.
February 29: Jenny Smith and Johnny Smith present a workshop on crafting an undergraduate syllabus and developing a Teaching Philosophy Statement.
March 14: "Distance Learning and Digital Pedagogies"
Jennifer Sterling (HSOC Postdoctoral Fellow) will discuss recent experiences with designing on-line courses and adopting digital humanities approaches in the classroom. The workshop will include introductions to various tools and platforms, discussions of their use for teaching and learning, and examples of obstacles and successes. She will be joined by Shabana Figueroa (PhD; Instructional Designer, Department of Professional Education) to discuss the collaborative development of HTS 3089 Science, Technology, and Sports as an online course for Summer 2015, and offer further insights about the role of instructional design and educational technologies in higher education.
April 4: Alan Pike, PhD, Digital Scholarship Training Coordinator, Emory University, presented on digital humanities.