Virtually Connecting at #digped 2018: 30 Jul–3 Aug

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We’re excited to be Virtually Connecting from Digital Pedagogy Lab 2018 (#digped), an annual learning and teaching event held at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia, USA. The event was established in 2015 as an opportunity to provide in-depth dialogue and practical experience to educators working in under-theorized digital learning spaces. Now in it’s 4th year, Digital Pedagogy Lab engages a community of learners and teachers to inspire educational approaches based on pedagogies, policies, and critical practices that support agency, creativity, and inquiry.

If you’re interested in having conversations with some of the folks onsite at #digped, we have the following sessions planned. Times are local to the #digped conference (USA Eastern Time), but look below to find times adjusted to your timezone and links to watch sessions live or recorded if you can’t join the session itself.

Join the conversation virtually and chat with onsite participants: Sign up online (please note that currently all sessions are full and with a waiting list, so we may not be able to include you in all the sessions you want; however, occasionally a space frees up for someone on the waiting list).

Just watch conversations from whatever part of the globe you’re in, at any time that fits your schedule. No need to sign up: you can watch the embedded YouTube videos below both live during the conversation or later at your convenience.

Want to know more about Virtually Connecting? Read more about us.

Below are confirmed guests for each time slot. We may be updating these slots with additional guests as they confirm their preferred times. Keynotes, btw will be livestreamed at , and you can post questions on .

Monday 30 July 4–4:30pm ET with Angela Benson, Heather Pleasants & Lora Taub

We are proud to present onsite guests Angela Benson (@eAngelaBenson), Associate Professor at the University of Alabama, Heather Pleasants (@heatherplez), Associate Director of Institutional Effectiveness at the University of Alabama, and Lora Taub (@ltaub), Associate Dean for Digital Learning at Muhlenberg College.

The conversation will be coordinated by Virtually Connecting’s onsite buddies Autumm Caines (@autumm), from St. Norbert College, and Jim Luke (@econproph) from Lansing Community College, with virtual buddy Maha Bali (@Bali_Maha) from the American University in Cairo.

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Tuesday 31 July 12:30–1pm ET with Marcus Elliott & Verena Roberts

We are proud to present onsite guests Marcus Elliott (@marcuselliott), Senior Digital Practice Adviser at Nottingham Trent University, and Verena Roberts (@verenanz), Learning Sciences doctoral student at the Univerity of Calgary.

The conversation will be coordinated by Virtually Connecting’s onsite buddies Karen Cangialosi (@karencang), from Keene State College, and Jim Luke (@econproph) from Lansing Community College, with virtual buddy Nate Angell (@xolotl) from Hypothesis.

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Tuesday 31 Jul 4:45–5:15pm ET with Sean Michael Morris & Valentina Cattane

We are proud to present onsite guests Sean Michael Morris (@slamteacher), Director of Digital Pedagogy Lab at the University of Mary Washington, and Valentina Cattane (@valecattane), Digital Learning Designer at the Imperial College Graduate School.

The conversation will be coordinated by Virtually Connecting’s onsite buddy Karen Cangialosi (@karencang), from Keene State College, with virtual buddy Maha Bali (@Bali_Maha) from the American University in Cairo.

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Wednesday 1 Aug 4–4:30pm ET with Bill Fitzgerald, Chris Gilliard & Kris Shaffer

We are proud to present onsite guests Bill Fitzgerald (@funnymonkey), Owner at Funnymonkey, Chris Gilliard (@hypervisible), Professor of English at Macomb Community College, and Kris Shaffer (@krisshaffer), Senior Computational Disinformation Analyst for New Knowledge and Data for Democracy.

The conversation will be coordinated by Virtually Connecting’s onsite buddies Karen Cangialosi (@karencang), from Keene State College, and Jim Luke (@econproph) from Lansing Community College, with virtual buddy Nate Angell (@xolotl) from Hypothesis.

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Thursday 2 Aug 4:45–5:15pm ET with Chris Friend, Kate Molloy & Kush Patel

We are proud to present onsite guests Chris Friend (@chris_friend), Professor of English at Saint Leo University, Kate Molloy (@hey_km), Learning Technologist at the National University of Ireland Galway, and Kush Patel (@kshpatel), Digital Pedagogy Librarian at the University of Michigan. They will be joined by Laura Allen (@thelauratype), DPLI fellow.

The conversation will be coordinated by Virtually Connecting’s onsite buddy Karen Cangialosi (@karencang), from Keene State College, with virtual buddy Nate Angell (@xolotl) from Hypothesis.

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Friday 3 Aug 12:30–1pm ET with Aaron Adams, Amy Collier & Lee Skallerup Bessette

We are proud to present onsite guests Aaron Adams (@TroublesomeCog), Professor of English at Biola University, Amy Collier (@amcollier), Associate Provost for Digital Learning at Middlebury College, and Lee Skallerup Bessette (@readywriting), Learning Design Specialist at Georgetown Univeristy.

The conversation will be coordinated by Virtually Connecting’s onsite buddy Jim Luke (@econproph) from Lansing Community College, with virtual buddy Maha Bali (@Bali_Maha) from the American University in Cairo.

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Join the conversation virtually with onsite participants: Sign up online.

Other virtual options? Join Remi Kalir’s virtual workshop: bit.ly/DPLbuildlearn

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