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REFLECTING ON TEACHING ILLUSTRATION ONLINE
With grant support from Full Spectrum Learning, this past semester I got to implement some of the lessons and ideas of #DigPINS when I taught a Special Topics course in Illustration. The class was truly special for me in a number of ways: 1) it was my first time teaching a hybrid class that takes place both online and in person, 2) I got to try out a topic I love with advanced students who were equally fired up about it, and 3) the hybrid nature of the course was uniquely supportive of my early months of mothering a tiny person…
Domains of One’s Own… it’s just a website right?
I left #DigPINS and started the fall semester, a new course, a global seminar– African Wildlife Conservation and Health. I had all of sorts of ideas bouncing around in the back of my head, things about digital literacy, domains, and scholarship. I had no real intent of implementing any of those concepts into my new course, until part way through the semester when a colleague used the term “disposable assignments.”