It is amazing to think that we have already spent five days together exploring the possibilities of digitally infused teaching, scholarship, and research. I am immensely grateful to have worked with such a thoughtful and dedicated group! The range and depth of ideas explored was exciting and I look forward to seeing how each project evolves over the next year.
Looking forward to next year, and my leave experience, I am targeting a more public existence in the digital space to discuss ideas and share my ongoing research and explorations. I have continued to build out this site as a means for archiving and sharing, but it is not as dynamic as I would like. I am hoping to do more modeling of the use of blogs as a reflective tool, but also as a central hub for academic and teaching-related discussions.
For those who are interested, I posted the schedule for the 2013 Faculty Fellows (#Fellows2013) experience. I am very excited to have been invited to co-facilitate the experience with my colleague Jon Breitenbucher in the Office of Instructional Technology at the College of Wooster. He has been a part of the Fellows program since its inception in 2009.