Did you know that over 39 faculty and 1,900 students in 181 courses have participated in Instructional Technology’s Digitally Enhanced Learning Initiative (DELI)? The DELI program provides digital devices to all students enrolled in an academic course when the devices will be used to enhance learning outcomes and/or increase student engagement. Our reading day Teaching with Technology luncheon this semester will be devoted to learning about this program and discussing use of digital devices in classes more broadly.
We will hear from veteran faculty participants that represent a variety of disciplines: Art, Chinese, Dance, Education, German Studies, History, and Slavic Studies. The Technology Fellows and Instructional Technology staff will facilitate small group discussions about incorporating digital devices in your classes and will answer questions about the DELI program in particular. Here are the details; feel free to come for all or part of the lunch as your schedule allows.
DELI for Lunch
Hood Dining Room, Blaustein
Thursday, December 11 (reading day)
11:30am – 1:00pm
If you don’t like sandwiches not to worry; we will also have soup, salad, and cupcakes. If you plan on attending, please register using the online form or email Jessica McCullough so we order enough food. We look forward to seeing you there!
Image credit: Carnegie Deli. https://www.flickr.com/photos/carlmikoy/4960831154/in/photostream/