Shift gears in June with our summer workshops! 

These workshops will all be offered primarily online. Register now or contact Joe Murphy at the CIP for more information. If you've participated in one of these workshops before, we'd love to have you join us again! All times Eastern.

DigPINS: Digital Pedagogy, Identity, Networks and Scholarship

June 1 - 30; ~1 synchronous meeting per week to be scheduled

#DigPINS is back and all new this year! A multi-institutional online teaching and learning community, #DigPINS strives to be a social faculty development experience based in conversation and collaboration. This year, we're shifting to look at four new focus areas:

  • Course Modalities
  • Equity Inclusion and Access
  • Assessment 
  • And a final open week where we ask participants to choose the focus

through the lenses of digital pedagogy, identity, networks and scholarship.

You can see what we've talked about in DigPINS before at kenyon.digpins.org.

This workshop is being offered in partnership with DigPINS cohorts at the American University in Cairo, St. Norbert College, and the University of Michigan-Dearborn, so it's also a chance to get to know some colleagues at other institutions. A $200 stipend will be paid.

Course Design Workshop

June 7, 9, and 11 — hybrid online/in-person

Are you thinking about techniques from remote learning which you might like to take forward, or reflecting on what you really value in on-campus learning? Our annual Course Design Institute provides faculty with a supportive atmosphere for designing new courses and making improvements to existing ones. We follow a “backward design” process which integrates course goals with assessment strategies and instructional methods. A $200 stipend will be paid.

Podcasting Workshop with StoryCenter

June 1 - 24, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2 - 4 p.m.

THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL.

Storycenter.org's founder and executive director Joe Lambert will return to Kenyon in an online session of storytelling in the popular podcast format. He will be joined by audio and podcast artist and digital storytelling facilitator Marie Lovejoy (hear her The Shift of Antenna as example), in a seven session training to have you complete a 7-10 minute podcast episode on a subject of your choice. They will lead you through story development, scripting, interview technique, audio hardware options and trainings in Audacity and Hindenberg software.  

This workshop will take place from 2 - 4 p.m. Eastern on Tuesdays and Thursdays in June (1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, and 24). Some writing and recording will be necessary outside workshop hours; CIP and Storycenter staff will be available to help.

A $400 stipend will be paid. This workshop is supported by the College's Digital Storytelling Grant from the Andrew Mellon Foundation.