What are the Digital Liberal Arts? Why do these initiatives matter for students?
Collaborate with us to develop digital assignments and projects for your courses. DLAC provides technical and instructional support for a wide range of digital teaching projects.
DLAC can develop preservation plans for long-term digital projects and collaborates with other campus units to ensure digital projects are compatible with adaptive technologies.
As part of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment, DLAC develops digital project plans that support College and Department learning goals for students.
GCIEL is an interdisciplinary community of inquiry and practice exploring new ways to approach the liberal arts through immersive three-dimensional (3D), virtual reality (VR), and mixed reality (MR) experiences.
Sites @ Grinnell provides free domain hosting for faculty and classes. From customizable Word Press sites to Omeka exhibits to Scalar digital scholarship projects, a partnership with Reclaim Hosting makes a range of internet hosting resources available for faculty.
A fellowship program for students who want to gain digital skills and work on a variety of digital projects. Supported by DLAC, the Libraries and the Center for the Humanities.
DLAC facilitates access to a number of spaces and resources on campus that can support digital projects, from audio and video production studios to specialized equipment that can be checked out for short and long-term projects.
Background in technology, education, and instructional design in the corporate and academic sectors. Blackboard administrator and coordinator for instructional and classroom technology.
Coordinates scheduling for Digital Liberal Arts Laboratory in The Forum.
GCIEL director. Specializes in problem- and game-based learning, immersive learning environments, open educational resources, computer-assisted language learning, and blended learning environments.
Religious Studies scholar with experience managing web publishing, digital annotation, digital storytelling, mapping, 3D printing, audio/video production, and other types of digital projects.
Technologist with a background in information science and experience with digital pedagogy, digital publishing and web creation, digital mapping, and support for digital projects generally.