Digital pedagogy in three parts: screencasting, course blog, remote guests
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As presented in Boston University's Fourth Annual Instructional Innovation Conference, March 1st, 2012.
Describes the digital pedagogy strategy used by the author in her freshman Introduction to Engineering module titled "Bio-Aerial Locomotion." The strategy is based on three elements: (i) class presentation using digital inking and media-rich slides, live recording of screencasts and open online dissemination; (ii) a course blog, with student assignments publicly available online; (iii) a program of distinguished invited speakers participating in the course via Skype.
The course screencasts, recorded live, are available freely from iTunes U. See link below.
There is also a short screencast of the talk given with this paper at BU's Instructional Innovatoin Conference, 2012 (You Tube link below).