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The future of liberal education depends upon an integrative vision of digitally-informed learning that is not merely content delivery online but rather is reshaped in the same ways that digital learning has already fundamentally changed our culture. This session will present a vision for the digital transformation of liberal education through a curriculum that scaffolds self-directed, digitally-augmented problem-solving and the institutional strategies to support it.
  • 1. Reconciling Online Learning and the Liberal Arts College CIC Online Humanities Consortium, August 8, 2016 Rebecca Frost Davis
  • 2. Slides and References • •  Twitter: –  @frostdavis –  #CIC2016HUM @frostdavis
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  • 4. Image from The Guardian, h2ps://
  • 5. Participatory Culture
  • 6. Emerging Digital Ecosystem •  Shaped by networks, which are fundamentally social; •  Characterized by horizontal access to creation and production; and •  Increasingly driven by data, algorithms, and artificial intelligence that personalize information for users and inform human judgment “Open and Integrative”, p. 13
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  • 10. Scaffolding Signature Work in the Emerging Digital Ecosystem @frostdavis
  • 11. Critical Reading through Social Annotation @frostdavis
  • 12. Playing with Text Analysis h2p:// @frostdavis
  • 13. Wikistorming & Networked Learning @frostdavis
  • 14. Storymapping @frostdavis
  • 15. Course Ongoing digital project Virtual Spaces Intercampus CollaboraGon Community Engagement @frostdavis
  • 16. Curricular Design Principles •  Learner Centered •  Networked •  Integrative •  Adaptive “Open and Integrative”, pp. 53ff.
  • 17. Engaging Faculty •  Faculty Development •  Kenyon Essentials Project, –  Campus wide conversations –  Pilot Projects funded by grants –  Final reports published online •  LaGuardia E-Portfolio Initiative –  Faculty learning communities –  Journal to publish faculty research
  • 18. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments •  General Editors –  Rebecca Frost Davis, St. Edward's University –  Matthew K. Gold, City Tech & Graduate Center, City University of New York –  Katherine D. Harris, San José State University –  Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria • •  #curateteaching
  • 19. Thank you St. Edward’s University Thank you. St. Edward’s University Thank you. St. Edward’s University Thank you. St. Edward’s University Thank you. St. Edward’s University
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