This one-week institute is designed to support the professional development of a diverse cohort of junior scholars working in the emerging field of digital media and learning, and to begin the process of connecting this scholarship to practitioners in diverse learning settings.
Participants receive guidance and support in developing a personal project such as a publication, grant proposal, dissertation, book chapter, or other relevant outcome. Participants have opportunities to engage with – and be mentored by – senior scholars working in the field of digital media and learning. Participants are expected to join in all of the activities associated with theprogram, such as reading and providing feedback on a variety of writings and projects, engaging with mentors from academia and educational practice, and developing a work-in-progress.
The DML Research Hub welcomes applicants from all disciplines whose research touches on issues related to DML, including social scientists, humanists, legal scholars, technologists, and education scholars. We are looking to create a diverse cohort representing different experiences and perspectives.
For a complete list of past DML summer fellows, please click here.
To view the DML Research Associates 2013 Summer Institute call for proposals, click here.