Faculty Academy 2010

Digital Fluency, Online Communication, History and American Studies: One Department’s Engagement with Social Media & Pedagogy

Written on May 7, 2010 by Reverend | Posted in Program Item

This will be a panel discussion of our department’s engagement with social media and digital literacy. Topics for discussions will include:

Discussions of blogging with AMST & History classes.

Discussion of the way the three of us contribute to the department blog as a way of communicating with our students and the larger community (including alumni and prospective students), including our basic use of UMWBlogs, Twitter, Linked-In, and Facebook.

We want to engage with the audience in a discussion of how digital fluency (both in terms of consumption and production) plays an increasingly significant role as a critical skill for our department.

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3 Responses to “Digital Fluency, Online Communication, History and American Studies: One Department’s Engagement with Social Media & Pedagogy”

  1. Digital Fluency? One Department’s Conversation… at Detour Ahead on May 11th, 2010 at 6:04 pm

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  2. Jeff McClurken on May 12th, 2010 at 4:40 pm

    See http://mcclurken.org/presentations/fa2010/ for links related to my part of this presentation.

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