Instructor Contract

In support of the Center for Digital Innovation in the Humanities’ mission–and because future participation in CDIH/use of CDIH classrooms will be competitive–participants must meet the following requirements*:

1.) Provide evidence of digital instruction (broadly defined), for instance, through assigning digital, “multimodal” forms of writing/research, performance, programming, publication, communication, and more.

2.) Actively apply to teach (or provide evidence of having taught) in networked classrooms, for instance, Ratcliffe 200 and/or Trible Library 208 at Christopher Newport University.

3.) Contribute to the CDIH in the form of:

a) syllabi (one per year)

b) lesson plans (one per semester)

c) student publications/significant course website additions (one per year)

d) event and meeting attendance (e.g., mandatory “Getting Started Week” orientation and two relevant events like campus speakers, pedagogical training sessions/workshops, or class project showcases)

AND

e) posting technology links or readings to the CDIH website (one per semester)

OR

f) making significant contributions on CDIH social media (Twitter, Instagram, etc.)

g) collaborating with a librarian to integrate information literacy learning outcomes into digital assignments

h) other relevant contributions or practices (e.g., taking pedagogical advantage of Trible Library’s media center)

*These criteria will be used to determine future participation in CDIH and use of CDIH classroom space.

Note: the CDIH strongly encourages–and has administrative support for–listing activities linked to the above criteria on EVAL-6 forms under teaching, publication, or service.

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