Digication Scholars Conversations

Digication Scholars Conversations

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June 23, 2021 31 min

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During the conversation with Liz Clark, a book was referenced but at that time the title could not be recalled. The book is Earl Swift's Chesapeake Requiem: A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island.

Additional resources recommended by Liz include:
Kale Williams: The Loneliest Polar Bear
Ian Urbina's The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier
Jeff Goodell's The Water Will Come
Jill He...

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During the conversation with Liz Clark, a book was referenced but at that time the title could not be recalled. The book is Earl Swift's Chesapeake Requiem: A Year with the Watermen of Vanishing Tangier Island.

Additional resources recommended by Liz include:
Kale Williams: The Loneliest Polar Bear
Ian Urbina's The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier
Jeff Goodell's The Water Will Come
Jill ...

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Carol Bartholomew, the Principal of Polaris K-12, has served as an administrator of the school since 2010 and celebrated her 36th year in education in 2021. In our conversation, Carol explains that she has always taught a little outside of the box, but provided developmentally appropriate practices for the students she taught. She goes on to explain that “Polaris K-12 is an evolving program that creates an environment challenging s...
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Carol Bartholomew, the Principal of Polaris K-12, has served as an administrator of the school since 2010 and celebrated her 36th year in education in 2021. In our conversation, Carol explains that she has always taught a little outside of the box, but provided developmentally appropriate practices for the students she taught. She goes on to explain that “Polaris K-12 is an evolving program that creates an environment challenging s...
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Sally Fortenberry, Associate Professor of Fashion Merchandising and Director of Center for Merchandising Education and Research at Texas Christian University, has a career in academia spanning multiple decades. In our conversation Sally shares how fashion merchandising students use portfolios to show a full range of skills including apparel construction, product development, wholesale buying and consumer behavior. Students use ePor...
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Sally Fortenberry, Associate Professor of Fashion Merchandising and Director of Center for Merchandising Education and Research at Texas Christian University, has a career in academia spanning multiple decades. In our conversation Sally shares how fashion merchandising students use portfolios to show a full range of skills including apparel construction, product development, wholesale buying and consumer behavior. Students use ePor...
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More information about the ATLAS Program can be found here: https://www.mville.edu/programs/atlas...​ 

Tyler Sinclair's ePortfolio can be found here: https://mville.digication.com/tyler-sinclair-professional-eportfolio/home-1

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More information about the ATLAS Program can be found here: https://www.mville.edu/programs/atlas-program 



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More information about College Unbound can be found on their website: https://www.collegeunbound.org/

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More information about College Unbound can be found on their website: https://www.collegeunbound.org/

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Alexandra's UAA ePortfolio:  https://alaska.digication.com/potential-graduate-school

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  • Covid-19 at CUNY: A Class Project can be found here: https://johnjay.digication.com/covid19-at-cuny 
  • Michael Yarbrough's website can be found here: https://michaelyarbrough.net/
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    Michael Yarbrough, Associate Professor in the Political Science Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, tells a story not of teaching despite COVID-19 but rather centering a course on the realities of the outbreak because, for Michael, “what higher education is really about is the conditions of human existence.” The resulting project, “COVID-19 at CUNY: A Class Project,” is an archive of text conversations, audio record...

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  • Covid-19 at CUNY: A Class Project can be found here: https://johnjay.digication.com/covid19-at-cuny 
  • Michael Yarbrough's website can be found here: https://michaelyarbrough.net/
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    Jordi Getman Eraso, Professor of History and the inaugural Director of Online Learning at Bronx Community College, tells us about the moment that he, as an educator, realized, “Oh wow, I've been doing this all wrong.” Jordi explains his path to rethinking how he teaches; acknowledging the importance of empathy and context, empowering students to grow their confidence, and embracing the idea that failure is not a barrier but rat...
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    Jordi Getman Eraso, Professor of History and the inaugural Director of Online Learning at Bronx Community College, tells us about the moment that he, as an educator, realized, “Oh wow, I've been doing this all wrong.” Jordi explains his path to rethinking how he teaches; acknowledging the importance of empathy and context, empowering students to grow their confidence, and embracing the idea that failure is not a barrier but rat...
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    Zakia's ePortfolio can be viewed here: https://lagcc-cuny.digication.com/zakia-mahabub-2018

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    Zakia's ePortfolio can be viewed here: https://lagcc-cuny.digication.com/zakia-mahabub-2018

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