Resource Spotlight: Digital Pedagogy

The category of digital pedagogy covers a vast array of topics and concerns. For our purposes, we are interested in sharing resources related to the intersection of technology and the practices of teaching and learning, including

  • how technologies can augment teaching and learning and offer new opportunities for us and our students to teach and learn,
  • how we teach digital literacy (and what it is!),
  • how networked technologies are shifting academic work and reimagining our academic disciplines,
  • the impacts of artificial intelligence on both pedagogy and the larger world, and
  • the development and design of online classes and online learning environments.

Featured PSU Resources

Canvas

Plymouth State’s learning management system is Canvas. All PSU courses have a Canvas shell automatically created for them. ET&S provides the technical infrastructure and support for Canvas. CoLab staff can consult about instructional design considerations related to Canvas. 

USNH Websites

Through ET&S, faculty and students can request various kinds of websites for use on projects and courses.

Design Forward: Tech & Tools

The Tech & Tools module of Design Forward (the CoLab’s faculty development platform), provides additional resources and readings related to the use of technology in the classroom. The CoLab offers stipended participation in the module on a regular basis, but any PSU faculty or staff can access the module for review at any time. 

Related CoLab Resources

Related Videos

Reading List

Bates, A. W. (Tony). (2015). Teaching in a Digital Age. Tony Bates Associates Ltd.
Campbell, G., & Grush, M. (2020, April 13). Ready for Anything with Internet Technology? Aim High. –. Campus Technology.
Crosslin, M. (2018). Creating Online Learning Experiences. Mavs Open Press.
Davidson, C. (2018, September 7). Why We Need Digital Literacies. Choice 360.
Dyjur, Eaton, S., Grant, K., & Kelly, P. (n.d.). Learning Module: Designing Online Assessments. Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning. Retrieved July 9, 2020, from
Farrell, M. (2022, December 8). Your platform is not an ecosystem. Crooked Timber.
Fawns, T. (2020, August 19). Pedagogy and technology from a postdigital perspective. Teaching Matters.
Fawns, T. (2022). An Entangled Pedagogy: Looking Beyond the Pedagogy—Technology Dichotomy. Postdigital Science and Education, 4(3), 711–728.
Gannon, K. (2019, February 8). Technology and Distracted Students: A Modest Proposal. The Tattooed Professor.
Morris, S. M. (2020, June 10). Technology is not Pedagogy. Sean Michael Morris.
Pecorino, P. (2004). Pedagogy and Technology.
Renwick, M. (2016, August 24). Should Pedagogy Always Drive Technology? Ed Tech.
Rheingold, H. (2020). Technology 101: What Do We Need To Know About The Future We’re Creating? In Critical Digital Pedagogy.
Rorabaugh, P. (2020). Occupy the Digital: Critical Pedagogy and New Media. In Critical Digital Pedagogy.
Sacasas, L. M. (2021, June 4). The Questions Concerning Technology [Substack newsletter]. The Convivial Society.
Shaw, A. (2019, March 26). Authentic Assessment in the Online Classroom. Center for Teaching and Learning | Wiley Education Services.
Stommel, J., & Morris, S. M. (2017, June 5). If bell hooks Made an LMS: Grades, Radical Openness, and Domain of One’s Own. Jesse Stommel.
Stommel, J., Friend, C., & Morris, S. M. (2020). Critical Digital Pedagogy. Hybrid Pedagogy Inc.
Swauger, S. (2020, April 2). Our Bodies Encoded: Algorithmic Test Proctoring in Higher Education. Hybrid Pedagogy.
Veletsianos, G. (2021, January 5). Talk: Striving for Balance in Online Learning. George Veletsianos, PhD.
Watters, A. (2019, June 25). The Web We Need To Give Students. Bright Magazine.
Educational Templates. (2019, July 16). Cambrian Teaching & Learning Innovation Hub.
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