The Center for Teaching and Learning invites proposals from faculty for a new or revised course that incorporates digital literacy. Launched in collaboration with Raynor Memorial Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Lab, the CFP focuses on developing digitally literate students—i.e., students able to produce creative, scholarly materials for the digital world.
Course proposals must include a digital literacy component, involving web development, digital posters, mapping, data analysis, text visualization, or other means of digital knowledge production and communication. The due date for 2017-18 proposals has been extended to May 19, 2017.
Interested faculty can download the CFP form online.
Inquiries should be directed to Shaun Longstreet, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, at (414) 288-1777.