Refresh Your Course for the Fall 

Digital Pedagogy Fellows Program- Summer 2017
June 12-16, 2017

Designed to assist all instructors of record for a course in leveraging technology to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of learning in their courses.  
Not going to be on campus June 12-16?  No problem.  The institute will be conducted in an asynchronous, online environment.  Approximately 4-6 hours of your time will be spent each day developing a course plan that uses technology to enhance information delivery, learner engagement, and/or assessment based on selected readings, short lecturettes, engaging with colleagues, and reflecting on the topics individually.

As a Digital Pedagogy Fellow you will receive continued support throughout the program to complete the planning and development of your course for the Fall.  Upon completion of the institute and your course plan you will receive a certificate indicating your status as having completed a Digital Pedagogy Fellow program.

About the Program

The major areas in the program are

This program and its resources were developed collaboratively by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), Educational Technology Services (ETS) and The University Library.

Eligibility and Incentives

This program is open to all instructors of record for a course and their Graduate Student Researchers (GSRs).

Participants in the program will be designated as Digital Pedagogy Fellows and will be encouraged to define an instructional problem that could be the basis for a $3,000 Instructional Improvement Grant (IIG)


Sessions will be held in the Academic Innovation Studio workshop room, 128 Dwinelle.  Space is limited so please register as early as possible.  


Contact Rita-Marie Conrad, Digital Pedagogy Consultant, Center for Teaching and Learning,

The program can be tailored to you!  If you would like a separate program specifically designed to meet the needs of your school or department, let us know.