Ever wonder how to sift through all of the noise online to find the few available resources appropriate for your course? Want to foster that expertise in your students? In this workshop, you will learn the skills required for you and your students to collect and curate digital resources to advance your learning objectives. Instructors often wish to highlight a collection of digital resources for close analysis. Students engaged in this form of inquiry often participate more in class and gain important practice in identifying, vetting, and organizing content in their field of interest. Columbia faculty and graduate students from all departments are welcome and encouraged to attend. Lunch will be available to those that register.
This event is part of the RewirED workshop series. RewirED is a series of seminars for Columbia faculty and graduate student instructors that explores blended learning approaches and techniques, features hands-on activities, and culminates in a showcase of faculty projects. To learn more about this program and its requirements, visit the RewirED page.