Digital Pedagogy Lab will once again host our annual event at the University of Mary Washington from August 5-9, 2019. Joining us will be a cohort of faculty and keynotes from the U.S., Canada, the UK, and Europe. And for the first time, we’re offering a weekend intensive leading up to the week-long Lab.
Here’s some highlights to look for when you register:
Camp Critical Pedagogy
Join us for a weekend intensive from August 2-4, 2019 that will engage directly with both the foundational texts behind Critical Pedagogy, and with modern thinkers whose work—by design or by serendipity—aligns with that approach. The weekend is designed as a primer for Digital Pedagogy Lab, and also as a deep dive for those whose teaching practice has always included Critical Pedagogy, but who will enjoy the opportunity to spend a weekend exploring and discussing and reflecting.
Group and Student / Adjunct Rates
As we have every year, we’re offering special discounts to groups of five or more from an institution, program, or department. Attending DPL as a group has proved very beneficial to many participants. Last year, we welcomed groups from more than seven institutions, including the University of Colorado at Denver, Middlebury College, Central New Mexico Community College, and University of Alabama. And this year, every group will have the opportunity to bring students from their institution to DPL for free. Contact Sean Michael Morris for more information about groups with accompanying students.
We’ve also maintained our commitment to giving adjunct, sessional, or contingent faculty deeply discounted registration prices. These prices are also available to students traveling on their own, and to anyone who does not have institutional support to attend Digital Pedagogy Lab.
New Courses, New Faculty
We’re very excited to introduce some new courses and some new faculty this year. Before you register, be sure to check out these new offerings:
- Digital Scholarship with Bonnie Stewart
- Play in Practice with Heather Pleasants
- Digital Identity with Sherri Spelic
- Community-based Digital Pedagogy with Lora Taub-Pervizpour
- Social Justice and the Curriculum with Sara Goldrick-Rab and Jesse Stommel
Early bird registration for DPL 2019 begins January 23!Check Out the Full Program Here