Do you OACA?

This is another week of illuminating information in DigPINS. As a teacher/scholar interested in up-to-date research and teaching resources, I have continuously benefited from open access (OA) resources. My participation in DigPINS, however, has provided me with new and important knowledge regarding OA material, as Jim Ottaviani indicates in his article “The Post-Embargo Open Access…

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Interdisciplinary Digital Pedagogies

Karen Cangialosi’s article, “But You Can’t Do That in a STEM Course,” is a fascinating piece! I especially appreciate how she analyzes the different ways instructors in the sciences are continuously engaging with active learning strategies from Open Pedagogy. I recognize several teaching strategies and common arguments resisting to such tools—as an instructor of modern…

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Blogging as digital id

Hi Everyone, This is the first blog I ever write. It’s exciting to be able to collaborate on this platform and create a digital id! Mapping out my digital identification for digPINS made me realize that I’ve been most invested on creating a professional id, whether that is as resident or visitor. Some of the…

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