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Saturday, March 18 • 10:15am - 10:45am
Analyzing Trump: Showcasing Liberal Arts in the Classroom and Online

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The Liberal Arts Office of Digital Pedagogy and Scholarship will share with you reflections on Trump 297H. The course, created in partnership with the McCourtney Institute for Democracy, applied critical analysis during the unprecedented Trump candidacy by using multiple disciplines within the liberal arts. This pilot course used existing technology such as live streaming, archive videos, chat, the Canvas platform, and digital badging in an innovative way, allowing the DPS office to showcase the pedagogical and technical services offered to faculty. We will share marketing successes of this course including media coverage and how it created affinity with alumni.

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Jessie Driver

Instructional Designer, Penn State, Liberal Arts
As an Instructional Designer, I work with the exceptional residential faculty in the College of the Liberal Arts to design and re-design experiences for learning in the humanities. The variety of digital assessment tools here at Penn State continues to grow, which makes my work more interesting every day. | | Looking forward to furthering the study of Humanities in a Digital Age. | | Please talk to me about your experiences (good or... Read More →


Saturday March 18, 2017 10:15am - 10:45am
Room 206

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