Here are just a few notes about new initiatives and upcoming events at DCAL. Navigate the site's resources at the left and above.
Dartmouth faculty are invited to submit proposals for the Gateway Course Redesign Initiative. For more information about the initiative and proposal process, visit the online Request for Proposals. Proposals (see template) are due May 27th.
DCAL is collecting resources about implicit bias in the classroom and in higher education. For more information on bias in the classroom and strategies for addressing bias, please visit the Disrupting Implicit Bias Resources page. We will be adding new resources to this page on a regular basis.
DCAL is pleased to offer a number of workshops and sessions on teaching and learning this term. To view the calendar of events and sign up for workshops, visit the DCAL LibCal page. For future faculty-specific events, visit the Graduate Studies LibCal page.
The Dartmouth Experiential Learning Initiative (ELI) is a campus-wide, strategic effort coordinated by DCAL to resource, connect, promote, and assess intentional, reflective, high-impact learning experiences in and beyond the classroom. To learn more about this initiative, visit the ELI webpage.
Also, check out the Q&A with Ashley Kehoe, the Associate Director of Experiential Learning, featured in the EdTech Connection Blog.
The Provost's Office, in collaboration with DCAL and Academic Computing, is excited to offer this opportunity to support the redesign of 'gateway' courses, or introductory courses that are required for entry into a discipline and have large enrollments by necessity, but not by design. For more information, please go to the Gateway Initiative page.
Five new DartmouthX courses have been announced for the second round of Massive Open Online Courses (or MOOCs) to be produced by Dartmouth in collaboration with our online learning consortium partner, EdX. For more information, please refer to the recent article in Dartmouth Now.
Learn how Dartmouth Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy Ryan Hickox used technology to bring insights from colleagues in astronomy from across the globe to his classroom with the design assistance of DCAL. Click here to access the article from Dartmouth Now.
Last Updated: 5/16/16