This event is meant to showcase the work of the Learning Analytics and Digital Scholarship and Pedagogy Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) for the 2016-2017 academic year. These fellows are supported by the LINK Research Lab and the Office of the Provost to improve and innovate their teaching practice through group meetings, attend a digital teaching conference, and completing teaching-as-research projects in their spring semester. For more information, please visit the PLC webpage.
The event will formally run Monday, April 24 through Wednesday, April 26. During that time, PLC members will respond to questions on the website. After the event, members will only be available via email.
Talking with PLC Members:
Members have included their work on this website and will be available to chat via the mini-conference website. Given the type of setup, please use the Disqus comment feature at the bottom of each PLC member’s project page if you wish to ask questions or communicate about their work. You can use a Disqus account or log in using your Facebook, Twitter, or Google IDs.
Code of Conduct:
This website is used to showcase in-progress, basic teaching-as-research projects. We want to make sure that the event is productive and positive. Comments should be focused on the work and not contain offensive or harassing content. Please bring up any concerns to Justin T. Dellinger (PLC facilitator) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy the event and please let me know if you have any questions! – Justin