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Friday, March 2, 11:30 AM - 3 PM (MST)

BUS4500 - Gates Classroom, 1475 Lawrence St., Denver, CO


Bring your laptop, class materials, and appetite for a hands-on exploration of the four primary tenets of modern education; deeper learning, student agency, authentic work, and technology infusion.

Friday, March 9, 8:30 AM - 3 PM (MST)

Inworks, 1250 14th St #1300, Denver, CO, USA


Do you want to spend more time on feedback and less on assigning and justifying grades? Are you concerned that your students seem more focused on grades than learning?

Friday, April 6, 11:30 AM - 3 PM (MDT)

Tivoli: Comcast Media & Technology Center, 900 Auraria Pkwy, Denver, CO, US


This 3-hour workshop provides a hands-on introduction to Augmented Reality (AR)-a form of digital media that augments a live view of material environments with computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, and images.

Friday, April 13, 11:30 AM - 3 PM (MDT)

Inworks, 1250 14th St #1300, Denver, CO, USA


Curating a digital portfolio of works is vital for academics in this day and age, as are privacy and data security. In this 3-hour workshop we explore the balance and in-betweens of maintaining a the professional identity in networked publics and maintaining your intellectual property and privacy. We explore notions of a ‘digital-sketchbook’ for academic work that can share on your terms.

Friday, May 4, 11:30 AM - 3 PM (MDT)

To Be Announced

Laptop | Lunch | Learn

Someday, sometime, someone is going to Google you. What will they find?

What if we focused on putting people online, rather than courses?

Universities around the country are provisioning faculty and students with their own web sites via an initiative termed a Domain of One’s Own (DoOO). We are iterating this idea in a slightly new direction with a distinct focus on teaching, learning, and identity. We are exploring a nuance in the idea of web based ‘e-portfolios’ as an integrated component of our curriculum, thus guiding students through e-portfolio and digital-identity development over the arc of their tenure with us. We explore concepts of networked publics, anonymity, privacy, professionalism, and appropriate use.

A small group of our participants will be on hand to share and discuss their experience from this project. Please join us as we share our take-aways and we contemplate what’s next for this project. Do you seek a Domain of your Own?