The annual Technology, Pedagogy, Curriculum, and Research program, or TPC+R, provides an opportunity for Emory graduate students to explore using new technologies in their teaching and research.
Through a series of classes offered during the spring semester, participants:
- Are introduced to an array of digital tools
- Discuss practical and theoretical models for digital scholarship
- Receive assistance in developing materials for their own courses and/or research
- Design their own professional website
- Create digital assignments, and
- Craft assessment frameworks for use in their digital pedagogy
As an extension session of the Laney Graduate School's Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO) program, TPC+R is designed to supplement other pedagogical training and professional development programming offered by the graduate school, academic departments, and ECDS.
Visit our program website to see our previous courses resources and syllabi.
A call for applications will be posted in fall 2017 for the spring 2018 session.
Spaces in the program are limited. Preference is given to participants who:
- Have teaching experience
- Wish to design a digital component for a course during the next academic year, or
- Demonstrate commitment to using technology in their dissertation research.
As part of the application, participants should explain their interests in integrating technology into their teaching and research.
Enrollment in the program represents a commitment by participants to attend all 12 classes.
Questions? Email Anandi Salinas, Digital Scholarship Training Coordinator