Ariel Senackerib (‘17) worked with Professor Janice Mann on the Packwood House Museum Digital Collections project, which grew out of Prof. Mann’s course Art History 373: “The West Encounters the Rest.” After her experience in that class—in which students wereRead More
Animation is a series of still images that when played back in sequential order creates the illusion of movement. Animation is becoming more and more prevalent across disciplines as a way for students to examine methods and processes that extendRead More
What: Digital Pedagogy Institute When: Monday, May 22 – Friday, May 26 and Thursday, August 3 – Friday, August 4 Where: Bertrand 025 (Library Lab) Purpose: This institute is intended to help faculty identify and create 2-3 specific modules orRead More
Summer Workshop Series 2017 This summer, Library & IT is offering three workshops on digital pedagogy and scholarship. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. To apply for one of the workshops, please fill out this Google Form. Because theseRead More
Interested in digital/multimodal storytelling? DP&S’s digital pedagogy specialist in video, Brianna Derr, has put together a comprehensive resource page with information on media, techniques, and more.
Jeff Soyk is a “media artist” whose work spans film, web design, and digital storytelling. He is a Fellow of the MIT Open Documentary Lab and works as a creative director at MIT’s STL Real Estate Entrepreneurship Lab. From hisRead More