The Digital Pedagogy group, part of Research and Instructional Support (RIS), supports the integration of technology and learning across the Mount Holyoke curriculum.
Our team of instructional technologists collaborates with faculty on the implementation of a wide range of applications, equipment, and platforms into course learning goals. Projects and tools we can help to support include:
- Designing and creating eportfolios
- Audio, video, and other multimedia projects
- Piloting emerging technologies
- And productive and creative uses of Moodle, our learning management system
Members of Digital Pedagogy regularly partner with groups across campus in support of academic technology efforts. They also train a team of student consultants, who provide instructional technology support for their peers at several drop-in locations across campus.
If you would like to work with a member of Digital Pedagogy to craft an assignment, get support with one of the core supported teaching technologies, or explore what technologies are available, make an appointment or attend a session with a Digital Pedagogies staff member. We welcome hearing from you as early as possible, to ensure we can best align appropriate technologies with your desired learning outcomes.