Students build on the historical and theoretical insights gleaned in the first interactive technology and pedagogy course, as they begin to employ digital tools in their own work. In this praxis oriented course students explore digital methodologies in the contemporary academy, enabling them to better contextualize their own work and negotiate the practicalities involved in creating a technology dependent project. By the end of the semester students will produce a polished proposal for a technology‐based project in their discipline related to research, teaching, or both.
Through class discussions, online work and workshops, students will hone their understanding of and ability to use digital tools and new media approaches in teaching and research. This course includes a two-hour non-credit bearing lab that takes place on the same day as class, directly afterwards.