NITLE offers these resources and tools to leaders and innovators who are working to integrate inquiry, pedagogy, and technology in liberal education.
The Academic Commons
A venue for exchanging ideas about the strategic integration of inquiry, pedagogy, and technology in liberal education, The Academic Commons provides tools for community members, including
- Transformations, a platform for reading and publishing case studies, articles, and essays about effective, sustainable, and transformative approaches to integrating inquiry, pedagogy, and technology.
- Public forums that community members can use to exchange ideas, information, and news across institutional boundaries.
- A platform for creating shared workspaces supported by discussion, collaboration, and group management tools. Those developing specific collaborative projects—especially groups of colleagues working inter-institutionally—may find this platform useful.
NITLE Shared Academics: Recorded Seminars
Video recordings of past seminars from NITLE Shared AcademicsTM are publicly available on YouTube. Available titles include
- “Geotemporal Storytelling with Neatline, featuring David McClure and Jeremy Boggs, members of the Neatline development team at the University of Virginia Library’s Scholars’ Lab.
- “Toby Miller, Blow Up the Humanities,” featuring Toby Miller, interdisciplinary social scientist.
- “The New Information Technology Organization for Liberal Arts Colleges,” featuring Tom Warger, NITLE senior fellow and independent consultant.
Use our e-mail lists to ask questions and gather information about integrating inquiry, pedagogy, and technology. Subscribers are a diverse mix of professionals who teach and work at liberal arts institutions across the nation.
- Instructional Technologists (NITLE-IT). Instructional technologists from liberal arts institutions use the NITLE-IT e-mail list to exchange ideas, provide peer support, and share information on a regular basis. Subscribe via e-mail | Unsubscribe via e-mail
- Spatial Analysis and Mapping/Geographic Information Systems (NITLE-GIS). Faculty and technologists discuss emerging issues in GIS and web-mapping, share resources and materials, exchange strategies to support spatial studies, and cultivate professional relationships. Subscribe via e-mail | Unsubscribe via e-mail
- Classical Studies (Sunoikisis). Connect with classicists on liberal arts campuses who are interested in using collaboration technologies to enrich scholarship and the teaching-learning experience. The Sunoikisis program enhances the range and quality of opportunities available to students in classical studies. Subscribe via e-mail | Unsubscribe via e-mail