OPPORTUNITY: Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020 Fellowships

The Digital Pedagogy Lab invites applications for its DPL 2020 fellowships. These fellowships will allow successful applicants to participate in the Lab for free, and will give them the opportunity to present a workshop, co-lead a portion of a course with a faculty member, sit on our closing panel, or find other ways to contribute to the DPL community. The fellowships also provide an additional $1,000 stipend to cover travel costs. The Lab will take place from July 27th – 31st on the Auraria Campus in Denver, Colorado.

From the announcement:

As we have done in past years, we are offering these fellowships to people from communities whose voices are not always heard in education. This is an invitation to perspectives not always visible at other academic and technology conferences. Digital Pedagogy Lab was built as a welcoming, affirming environment, and we acknowledge that in order to keep it that way, we must make an active effort to keep the doors open wide. Because this is what scholarly, pedagogical, collaborative work should look like.

And so to that end, we invite applications from communities that include Black educators, Latinx educators, Indigenous people, people with disabilities, neurodivergent folks, LGBTQ2S people, women, and nonbinary folx, students (undergraduate or graduate), sessional and adjunct faculty, K12 educators, educators from outside the U.S. and non-Western countries, among others. If you have been silenced, if you have not been given space to present your ideas and insights, then please consider applying for a 2020 fellowship.

Applications are due December 6th, 2019, and fellowships will be awarded no later than December 13th, 2019.

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