Neurodiversity and Neurotechnology Learning Community

Whittier College’s newest Learning Community, Neurodiversity and Neurotechnology (NNLC), has formed with faculty from the departments of Psychological Sciences, Child Development, and Kinesiology. The NNLC’s goal is to research technology that supports academic success among neurodiverse learners and to aid the reduction of stigmas associated with neurological differences. Learners with neurological obstacles such as dyslexia, …

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Event: High Tech Happy Hour, Tuesday, Dec. 5th, 4:30pm @ Hartley House

Please join us next week for our end-of-semester High-Tech Happy Hour: Tuesday, December 5th, 4:30 PM Hartley House. We’ll have very short presentations from faculty grant recipients who will share updates and insights on their digital research projects:  Ann Kakliouras (Anthropology) will discuss her digital indigenous mapping project, and share insights on her experience working on digital …

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Resources: DigLibArts @ the Pedagogy Lab: (Re)Orientation

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As mentioned in the previous blog post, this year, DigLibArts is experimenting with the format of our beloved faculty Pedagogy Labs. Instead of holding a large Pedagogy Lab, we’re collaborating with Laura McEnaney, Associate Dean for Faculty Development, and Sam Alfrey, Instruction Librarian, to focusing our lab and offer more specific content geared toward junior …

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