caa2014.thatcamp.org/2014/02/11/digital-methods-for-undergrads/ starting point//link to google doc
how are classrooms set up (what sorts of rooms, how do students interact with professors/other students)
how do we evaluate collaboration (digital badging?)
incorporating media – wikipedia, new media techniques, etc.
how to make these not “silos” and instead a new methodology
“in art history, we need to be leaders and not just follow the humanities”
having students blog, sharing that content on social media like twitter, facebook, etc. using twitter to write a joint paper.
crossing national boundaries to collaborate on work (with blogs/digital online writing).
different platforms for different prompts/audiences
what skills do we need to cultivate with the students? maybe look at k-12 and museum education for guidelines. more opportunities for the visual.
how do you deal with more traditional mindsets against digital/interactive teaching? and how do you deal with the students who just won’t get involved?
how do you show the material is getting through to the students? (assessment strategies). individualized feedback, etc.
creating projects that are “real world” examples
having students peer-grade
color wheel examples: CMS, tumblr, produced videos, etc
using digital tools students use everyday to create research projects
taking audience voices that aren’t usually heard to create a survey of a museum
recording thoughts as a blueprint for final piece
digital badging (chicago public schools use this: www.macfound.org/learning/ (press release: www.cps.edu/News/Press_releases/Pages/PR2_07_01_2013.aspx). personal plug: this is something i’m super interested in exploring as well, if you’d like to talk about it, please email me: )