William G. Jackson Speaker Luncheon: The Rise of Network Scholars - Senerge Andzenge
Traditionally, scholarship has been disseminated through journals, which carry an editorial process that takes as long as a year from submission to publication. In many fast-moving fields, scholars are turning to faster - and sometimes more informal - ways of publicizing their work, including blogs, twitter feeds, and online journals. This change is impacting the way we define academic spaces and engage students in conversations about how to stay current in a field.
Senenge T. Andzenge, the Instructional Technology Fellow of Digital Education and Innovation in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota, will share his expertise in this area and lead a discussion on how learning is changing across the academy.
This event is being partially sponsored/funded by the Visiting Women & Minority Lecturer/Scholar Series (VWMLS), which is funded by a grant to Institutional Equity & Inclusion from the State of Michigan's King-Chavez-Parks Initiative, and also by the William G. Jackson Blended Learning gift.