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CITL: Media Literacy, Fake News, and Lehigh

Date & Time: Tuesday, February 28, 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm

Presenters: Heather Simoneau and Carrie Baldwin-Sorrelle

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students

Gain an understanding of Lehigh students’ media literacy capabilities, incorporate critical media analysis techniques into your curriculum, and come away with discipline-specific exercises for your classroom to improve your students’ media literacy skills.
 



CITL/CCE: Community-Engaged Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship

Date & Time: Monday, February 27, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Presenters: Sarah Stanlick

This workshop is intended to support faculty  in creating an engaged learning/teaching environment by integrating high-impact learning practices into the design of new or revised courses and in assessing those practices.  It will also will bring together faculty to engage in complex discussions and workshops about aspects of community engagement, service-learning, and scholarship.  Participants will leave with examples of high-quality, reciprocal, ethical community engagement, grapple with issues surrounding community-engaged teaching/learning/research, and chart a course for future engagement in their teaching and scholarship.



CITL/MDHI: Introduction to Digital Mapping

Date & Time: Friday, February 24, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Location: Linderman 302

Presenters: Alison Kanosky

Audience: Faculty, Staff

This entry-level workshop provides an overview of the building blocks of digital maps, and an introduction to the software available at Lehigh for creating maps including ArcGIS.com and Google Maps. This workshop is for beginners with little or no experience creating digital maps. We will create a digital map by going step-by-step through the process of creating spatial data, importing it to a map, and learning how to share it on the web.

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED



CITL/MDHI: Oral History Workshop with Mary Marshall Clark

Date & Time: Friday, February 17 to Saturday, February 18, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students

This intensive, hands-on workshop will introduce participants to oral history methods, with a focus on interview techniques, analyzing narrative sources, and project design. Oral history is a form of biographical, social, economic, political, and cultural research that contributes to our understanding of the many ways in which the past influences our thinking about the future. Participants in this two-day workshop will leave with critical tools for thinking about, designing, and carrying out oral history projects. 

LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED

[THE WORKSHOP IS FULL.  PLEASE REGISTER TO BE PLACED ON THE WAIT LIST.]



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