We’re gearing up for our summer 2020 run of DigPINS! It’s been a heck of a spring, and we hope this will be an opportunity to reflect with colleagues about our shifting expectations of technology, of teaching and scholarship, of ourselves and each other.
DigPINS will run June 1-28 this year. Working with some critical readings and a variety of tools, we’ll examine and shape our digital identities while asking questions about how they inform our use of technology within our teaching and scholarship.
We’ll be gathering a fine group of colleagues across multiple institutions, so you’ll have a chance to talk about the Kenyon perspective, and viewpoints from other places. DigPINS is always a fascinating mix of folks from different institutions, disciplines, and backgrounds.
So come join us! Contact Joe Murphy for more information.
Featured image is “Going Where I Have Been” by Alan Levine, CC:0 at https://flic.kr/p/5izW8A. I found it by searching Flickr for “summer” and looking at a bunch of images by my friends; I liked the way this picture invokes both reflection on what’s past, and moving forward. And I’m not very optimistic I’ll get a summer road trip this year, but I like thinking about it.