MMLC Winter Quarter Events
The MMLC is gearing up for another wonderful quarter of events including, three faculty workshops, participation in the January NUIT Mobile Meet-Up, and the continuation of the popular World.Wine.Web series.
MOOCs, online learning, and Everything Is The Same Todd Murphey from the McCormick School of Engineering talks about his recent MOOC course.
Friday January 24, 4:00-5:30. Kresge 1-375.
Contemporary Spain, Contemporary Textbook Elena Lanza from the Department of Spanish and Portuguese developed an online textbook to meet the challenges of teaching a language course that uses topics on contemporary Spain as its thematic content.
Friday, March 7 4:00-5:30. Kresge 1-375
iPadagogy -- The MMLC talks about iPads at the January NUIT Mobile MeetUp
Wednesday January 15. 11:30-12:30. Norris Lake Room
AVD Summer Workshop Information Session faculty from the 2013 workshop talk about their experiences over lunch.
Friday January 31. 12:00-1:30. Kaplan Seminar Room, Kresge 2-370
Adobe Photoshop for Faculty Photoshop skills for Blackboard, Canvas, and other course sites
Wednesday, January 29. 2:00-5:00. MMLC Room 1-315.
Register online: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/adobe-photoshop-for-faculty-tickets-10105709449
Adobe Dreamweaver for Faculty Dreamweaver skills for Blackboard, Canvas, and other course sites
Wednesday, February 12. 2:00-5:00. MMLC Room 1-315
Register online: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/adobe-dreamweaver-for-faculty-tickets-10106154781
Getting the most from DiLL DiLL ideas for everyone from novice to expert
Wednesday, February 19. 3:00-4:30. MMLC Room 1-301
Register Online: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/getting-the-most-from-dill-tickets-10106259093
In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MMLC computer labs and classrooms will be closed and student and faculty services will be suspended on Monday, January 20.
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2014 Summer Humanities Workshop
Faculty interested in pursing course and/or project ideas in the digital humanities may wish to apply to participate in the Digital Humanities Summer Faculty Workshop taking place August 4-August 14, 2014.
Five faculty members will be selected to participate in a workshop that will be a mixture of hands-on work, demonstration and discussion. The event is co-hosted by the Multimedia Learning Center, Center for Scholarly Communication and Digital Curation, and the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities, and is funded by a generous grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 3, 2014
2014 Call for Proposals: http://www.humanities.northwestern.edu/programs/AVDDHWorkshop.html
Workshop Web Site:
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