Innovations in Digital Pedagogy Fellowships fund and manage pilot course-based projects that have the potential to contribute to Hamilton’s goal of building a campus-wide digital learning community.
Projects & Initiatives
The Liberal Arts Collaborative for Digital Innovation (LACOL) has announced that Hamilton's Library and Information Technology Services will host the LACOL consortium-wide workshop on June 21-23, 2021. All LACOL member schools will be invited to send teams of faculty, technologists, librarians, and academic support specialists to Hamilton to share experiments and innovations and to forge further collaborations. Williams College will host next year’s workshop.
The Wellin Museum’s SUM Artists exhibition curated by Matthew Deleget and Rossana Martinez is open and all of the Hamilton College students who work as Digital Media Tutors in Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) are super excited to see the digital project created by their peers.
In 2017, Hamilton College’s Library & Information Technology Services (LITS), and in particular the Research and Instructional Design Team (R&ID), participated in the Building the Campus of the Future: 3D Technologies in Academe EDUCAUSE/HP research project. Hamilton College’s involvement in this research project resulted in the R&ID Team being seen as a leader in digital innovations in higher education.