April's #DLFTeach Twitter chat will look at the pedagogy and practices of teaching digital exhibits. Questions for this chat on April 21st at 11 PT / 12 MT / 1 CST / 2 EST will come from the @CLIRDLF Twitter account. Follow the hashtag or the CLIRDLF account to participate or to simply follow the conversation! More info on this chat is available at https://wiki.diglib.org/2022.04.21_Digital_Library_Pedagogy_Twitter_Chat
Questions for this chat:
- Q1: Tool dump! There are so many “established” and emerging tools for creating and re-imagining digital exhibits. Share some of your favorites (and least favorites) here!
- Q2: What fundamental concepts do you keep re-visiting in workshops or classes on digital exhibits, regardless of the tool?
- Q3: Are you collaborating with folks when you work with or teach digital exhibits, and if so, what do they need to know as your collaborators?
- Q4: What are some of your main learning objectives or literacies you aim to approach in a session about digital exhibits?
- Q5: What do existing digital exhibit tools need to do better, in your opinion?
- Q6 (last question!): Share any cool or exemplary digital exhibits you've encountered and/or built!
Looking forward to your perspectives!