Madison Fellowship for Digital Teaching and Learning
Posted on: July 31, 2017
JMU Faculty are invited to apply for the Madison Fellowship or Digital Teaching and Learning, a program of JMU Libraries, Innovation Services. The eight-week fellowship affords the time and space for fellows to develop creative courses, assignments, projects, etc. that might benefit from using digital tools. Although we will convene as a group each session and have experts available, you will be expected to work on your own and/or with the other fellows for much of the time. Consequently, “Maddy Fellows” should have some previous experience using technology in their courses, though you certainly need not be an expert.
The program meets on Monday afternoons from 2:30-4:30 in Carrier Library, starting Monday, September 25 and ending November 13. All fellows will receive a $700 stipend.
You can fill out an application here: APPLICATION
If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact:
Evan Friss | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Wilson | email@example.com
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