Technology Cheat-Sheet 18-19

Published with new faculty and lecturers in mind.  More detail is found in the Faculty/Lecturer handbooks. ============================= Digital Teaching & Learning Partnership and consultation on digital curriculum, course and program design.  We provision resources, manpower, and 20+ years of collective experience designing, supporting, and developing digital education.  We are your liaison with the CU Office […]

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thinqstudio summer gallery

Thinqstudio traveled to a variety of digital teaching & learning conferences this summer. Our fellows and explorers will be leading workshops this fall to explore the highlights and grand take-aways. Here are a few thinqstudio summer highlights from COLTT, the Digital Pedagogy Lab and the Connected Learning Summit. thinqstudio 08/18

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Kalir, R. (2018). Bit, Block, Sketch, Build – Hybrid Pedagogy Journal

Congratulations to Remi Kalir on his contribution to the Hybrid Pedagogy Journal; and his reference to our work with thinqstudio, Domain of One’s Own, the Marginal Syllabus, and more… Bit, Block, Sketch, Build: Bricolage and Educator Learning “Every course, every semester, and every workshop is a mutable foundation upon which to build for empathy rather […]

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thinqstudio faculty travel scholarships

Thinqstudio is accepting applications for 2018-2019 travel scholarships through May 23rd.  Faculty Explorers are sent to select conferences around the country as thinqstudio correspondents; exploring, gathering data, and reporting back.  Explorers travel and work in small cohorts, functioning as a team at the event and upon return.  In return for travel and accommodations, cohorts pay-it-forward […]

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Net Equity

The FCC repealed Net Neutrality today, de-regulating the Internet as an open public resource. FCC Repeals Net Neutrality (NY Times) How A Deregulated Internet Could Hurt America’s Classrooms (NPR Podcast) Net Neutrality and You: What new Internet regulations could mean for students (U of Wisconsin-Madison) Now that FCC voted to repeal net neutrality, the Colorado […]

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Net Neutrality & Education

“Net neutrality” is the term used to describe the concept of keeping the Internet open to all lawful content, information, applications, and equipment. I hope folks are paying attention to the Net Neutrality debate and considering the potential impacts for digital teaching and learning.  It’s about increased costs and decreased access to information and services.  […]

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ThinqStudio CFD Gallery

Thinq Fellows Julia Kantor, Scott McLeod & Remi Holden presenting at the Auraria Video Wall with the Center for Faculty Development (CFD) Wednesday October 25th. Holden served as MC and Fellows presented their thoughts and inquiry into modern pedagogy. Topics included Open Pedagogies, Connected Learning, Augmented Reality, Digital Sketchbooks, and Hacking Assessment. ThinqStudio

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