DSL Leadership Series
Microlearning Boot Camp - January 2016
Quick, accessible online information appeals to students, so you may want to know more about microlearning strategies. We have recruited experts from across MIT to offer a four-session Microlearning Boot Camp. Sign up for one session or all four (please indicate which session(s)) -- and sign up soon, since space is limited. Enrollment closes January 3, but we expect the sessions to fill up well before that since the workshops are open to everyone.
Sessions: 1. Introduction to microlearning and instructional design for online learning on Tues, Jan 5, 2-4 pm 2. Quick guide to "fair use," copyright, and citation online on Tues, Jan 12, 2-4 PM 3. Quick guide to making short educational videos on Thurs Jan 14, 2-4 pm 4. Quick guide to articles, listicles, blogs and infographics on Tues Jan 19, 2-4 pm. See more here.
The Life Learning program is designed to enable the MIT community to help MIT students learn what they need and want to know to enhance their lives at MIT and beyond. See http://lifelearning.mit.edu
Tweets to My First-Year Self Twitter chat - September 15, 2014
Share your advice to first-year students this Monday, September 15, at 12:30 p.m. EDT, by joining the live Tweets to My First-Year Self Twitter chat. Discussion will include tips for coping with stress, why your major does not determine your career, and favorite study spots on both the MIT campus and the Boston area. Follow the chat at #mitalum to tweet your own questions and advice. This event is co-sponsored by MIT’s Division of Student Life and the MIT Alumni Association.
Develop and Discuss - a discussion group - meets lunchtime the last Friday of every month
A lively and invigorating monthly book chapter and article discussion group for those interested in student development and how it relates to conflict. Topics include Self-authorship, Neuroscience and cognition, Sexuality, Leadership, Belief systems, and Identity development. Drinks and snacks provided to supplement a brown bag lunch. To sign up for the event visit the Google Docs page. After you sign up, you’ll be given the link to the Dropbox of the articles.
DSL Diversity Day of Dialogue - March 21, 2014
The DSL Diversity Day of Dialogue is an all day, off-site retreat just for DSL personnel, so pre-registration is required. The purpose is to bring together staff from across various DSL divisions to participate in a day of workshops, speakers, community building, action, and reflection centered on issues of culture, identity, and social justice at MIT and beyond. We expect participants to become even better prepared and confident to assist and work with MIT's wonderfully diverse students on these issues.