Pedagogy:DOCC

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The Digital Library Federation’s Digital Library Pedagogy group is partnering with FemTechNet to develop a DOCC (distributed open collaborative course) on 'Legal issues for multimodal scholarship & pedagogy.' The idea for this DOCC emerged from the What’s on the Digital Library Pedagogy Menu? working lunch at the 2016 Digital Library Federation Forum.

Audience[edit]

The target audience includes both librarians and disciplinary scholars and graduate students interested in creating multimodal scholarship or cultivating their students as creators of digital scholarship.

Potential topics[edit]

Potential partners or key faculty members[edit]

  • Composition & rhetoric scholars and people who publish in e.g. Kairos
  • Digital media & communication scholars
  • Legal experts (such as scholarly communication librarians or university counsel) on intellectual property, privacy, security, FERPA, etc.
  • Librarians who have partnered with disciplinary faculty to create multimodal scholarship and/or pedagogy

Potential course activities[edit]

  • Creating curricular material as OERs — “teaching as an open workflow"
  • Contributing materials to Project CORA or Humanities Commons or #DLFteach wiki or DLF OSF

Defining 'open' for this DOCC[edit]

  • Conversations in ‘all may come’ but private spaces, which in turn can generate open materials?
  • Not making participants list public? Opt in rather than opt out?

Who’s coordinating?[edit]