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by Carly Schnitzler, Graduate Communications Editor

Last week, Laurel Foote-Hudson led the Digital Literacy and Communications Lab’s inaugural Digital Pedagogy Workshop. Foote-Hudson introduced innovative pedagogical techniques she uses in her English 105 class, in which she leads her students in designing a game over the course of the semester. Staff members from the BeAM makerspaces and Kenan Science Library joined the workshop to share how 3D printing and other resources in the makerspaces around campus can be used effectively in the classroom. The next Digital Pedagogy Workshop will be held on October 24 at 2:30, led by Winifred Metz, Justin Dorazio, and Grant Glass on using the Media Resource Center (MRC) in the classroom and beyond.

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