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Call for Proposals: Digital Pedagogy Fellowship

Fellowship

The Digital Pedagogy Fellowship provides a practice-based professional learning experience for faculty who are seeking to incorporate technology into their teaching and create innovative digital scholarship with their students. The fellowship includes a three-day summer institute program, monthly meetings with fellowship participants during the fall 2022 semester, and a showcase for the Smith community in Spring 2023. Faculty will have the opportunity for hands-on training with staff partners and digital innovation spaces, build their digital fluency and engage in a community of practice with other faculty to enhance their teaching in meaningful ways. Fellowship recipients will receive a $500 research grant awarded at the completion of the program in Spring 2023.

Learn More about the Fall 2022 Digital Pedagogy Fellowship

Proposals are due by June 3, 2022.
Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by June 13, 2022, and will need to confirm their participation by July 1, 2022.

In your proposal, please provide the following:

  1. Purpose statement: This fellowship experience is intended for faculty at all levels of experience incorporating technology into your teaching. Describe how your participation in the fellowship will benefit your personal, scholarly and/or professional development (Up to 500 words).
  2. Project proposal: Describe a new project, unit or assignment that you would like to develop for your course in partnership with ITS and the Libraries. Please include a description of your learning objectives, what specific kinds of work you expect students to do, how this work builds on or enhances work in your class or discipline, and which staff, spaces and resources in Neilson Library and Alumnae Gymnasium that you expect to work with. (Please note: if you would like to apply the $500 research grant award toward your fall 2022 class, please describe in your proposal).
  3. Designate the course for your project: You must designate at least one course being offered at Smith College during the Fall 2022 semester where you are the primary instructor. Non-credit courses will not be eligible.

Submit your proposal for the Digital Pedagogy Fellowship.

Are you looking for help or not sure what to propose? Request a consultation with a member of the Learning Research & Technology team, and we can talk through your teaching goals and possibilities for the digital innovation spaces in Neilson Library.

Contact

Questions? Please contact Travis Grandy, Assoc. Director for Learning Research and Technology at tgrandy@smith.edu