WACO, Texas — During my visit to Baylor this week, I guest taught Anne Schultz’s class on Plato’s Symposium and joined the Academy for Teaching and Learning to speak about how I use digital media in my teaching, research and administrative work.
The title of my talk is Curating Your Vita: Cultivating Communities of Teaching, Research and Administration in a Digital Age.
My Philosophy 200 course, Ancient Greek Philosophy, was the focus of the section on teaching. Here are resources related to how I used a co-authored course blog to create a community of education in that course:
- Here is a Prezi that outlines the structure of and pedagogical theory behind the course.
- The blogging rubric I discussed is available at http://tinyurl.com/LongRubric.
I talked about the way I use the Digital Dialogue to invite scholars and colleagues to talk about their work and to develop my own work on Socratic politics.
- The Digital Dialogue Project.
- Anne Schultz on episode 32 of the Digital Dialogue.
- My discussion of how I use Mendeley, Zotero, the iPhone and iPad to do digital research.
- Teaching Philosophy article on Cultivating Communities of Learning with Digital Media.
- Article on Plato’s Protagoras.
I talked about how we use blogging, podcasting and video in the Liberal Arts Undergraduate Studies office in the College of the Liberal Arts to empower students to give voice to their undergraduate experience in the liberal arts.
Finally, take a look at the slideshow of my excellent visit to Waco and Baylor University. Thanks to all who made it possible.