As the fall semester gets underway, the university’s Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation is taking shape in Swem Library.
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William & Mary has been awarded a digital humanities grant by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) that will support a collaborative project between the university’s libraries and computer science department.
Posted July 3, 2019
William & Mary Libraries partners with The Next Move Program to provide summer internships for young adults with disabilities.
Posted April 30, 2019
William & Mary Libraries has selected its next set of members for the Mosaic Diversity Program, which is granted to both post-baccalaureate and undergraduate students.
Posted April 15, 2019
William & Mary’s John Donahue and Janice Zeman found opportunity to communicate long-term planning goals that will shape the future of higher education within all departments and schools on campus.
Posted April 8, 2019
William & Mary will establish a Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation at the start of the 2019-20 academic year. Plans are for the Studio eventually to be located in Swem Library.
Posted April 2, 2019
Last month W&M librarians led a faculty workshop on the non-neutrality of the Internet, specifically the results from searches produced by algorithms and biases.
Posted March 12, 2019
William & Mary’s e-Learning Initiatives offer direction for educators as they communicate through digital learning environments by revisiting its theme of a universal design for learning (UDL).
Posted February 25, 2019
A group of William & Mary graduate students led a weekly conversation on teaching and learning, sharing their significant contributions to an ongoing student-driven pilot project as part of a spring series at Swem Library.
Posted February 15, 2019
In early January a small group of Arts & Sciences graduate students began a project to discover and organize tools and techniques that would be helpful in their instructional roles as Teaching Assistants at William & Mary. This workshop will share the results of their work and initiate a broader discussion on ways to support graduate students in their teaching.