Technology, Pedagogy, Curriculum and Research

What:   Program for graduate students seeking to incorporate technology into their teaching and research

When:  Twice weekly, from January 23–March 1, 2017

Times: Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:30am–12:00pm

Who:    Sponsored by the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship and the Laney Graduate School

Apply:  The deadline to apply is November 1, 2016.

Apply at http://tinyurl.com/TPCR2017

About the Program

TPC+R is a TATTO extension program open to graduate students from all disciplines that is designed to supplement other pedagogical training and professional development programming offered by academic departments, the graduate school, and ECDS.  

TPC+R presents an opportunity for graduate students to explore using new technologies in their teaching and research. Participants will be introduced to an array of digital tools, discuss practical and theoretical models for digital scholarship, and receive assistance in developing materials for their own courses and/or research. Through TPC+R, participants will design their own professional website, create digital assignments, and craft assessment frameworks for use in their digital pedagogy.

Spaces in the program are limited. Depending on the number of applications received, preference will be given to participants who have teaching experience, who wish to design a digital component for a course during the next academic year, or participants who display 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 also represents a commitment on the part of the participants to attend all twelve sessions. Breakfast will be served for all TPC+R sessions.

Applications to the program are due by November 1, 2016.

TO APPLY: Fill out the online application: http://tinyurl.com/TPCR2017

Questions? Contact Anandi Salinas, Digital Scholarship Training Coordinator, at (anandi.salinas@emory.edu).