Getting Started With Open Pedagogy

So my summer course, “How the Web Works: Building Your Digital Identity, Literacy, and Network,” starts next week for a seven-week run at Austin College. Strictly speaking, it’s not an “online” course…we don’t do those at Austin College. And we don’t really do “hybrid” or “blended” courses, either. We’re a small liberal arts college, and one of our signature themes is a high-touch interactive relationship among faculty and students. So while I’m working with the new initiative in digital pedagogy, it’s not a matter of trading class time for screen time, but rather of augmenting f2f with digital resources. Right … Read more…

Hello #TWP15

Hi everyone, this is Mo Pelzel and this is my first post for the online course Teaching With WordPress. This course comes at a perfect time for me, as I am preparing a summer course, “How the Web Works: Building Your Digital Identity, Literacy, and Network,” which starts next week and runs for seven weeks at Austin College. So I’m blogging here on the site of that course. It’s a first time offering, so very experimental, so why not try out WP as a platform?

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