CTL Digital Literacy Instructional Practices Seminar for the Digital Humanities - Sp. 2017
The Digital Literacy Instructional Practices Seminar is a series of workshops and discussion groups for faculty, staff, and graduate students to support development of critical digital literacy as a standard part of teaching digital skills. This program is open to anyone at Columbia who teaches digital skills as a central or secondary focus. Faculty, staff, and graduate students who lead or assist with courses, bootcamps, and technical training are all encouraged to apply.

NOTE: The Spring 2017 Seminar will be offered in collaboration with the Columbia Libraries Digital Humanities Center and priority will be given to those supporting Digital Humanities instructional efforts.

Applications for the Spring 2017 cohort will be accepted through January 20, 2017.

Spring 2017 seminar meeting dates are scheduled from 1-3pm on the following five Fridays in Butler Library: January 27, February 10, March 3, March 31, April 21.

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I confirm that I will complete the requirements of the seminar program.
Seminar program requirements include attending 5 seminar meetings, completing short readings and assignments between meetings, and submitting a final program evaluation.
I will participate in all five seminar meetings in Spring 2017.
Spring 2017 seminar meeting dates are scheduled from 1-3pm on the following five Fridays in Butler Library: January 27, February 10, March 3, March 31, April 21.
If you answered "No" to the previous question, please specify which meeting date(s) you would miss and explain why.
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Please describe your teaching experiences in the Digital Humanities at Columbia University or other institutions.
Teaching experiences may include, but are not limited to, leading or assisting with courses, bootcamps, and technical training. If you do not teach in the Digital Humanities, please describe your other teaching experiences.
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What are your goals for participating in the Digital Literacy Instructional Practices Seminar?
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