Bryn Mawr College's Digital Competencies Program helps students build the digital skills and critical perspectives on technology needed for success in the digital age.
At this think tank event hosted by Davidson College, a mix of faculty, campus leaders, librarians, technologists, and instructional designers from liberal arts colleges across the country gathered to focused first on the Bryn Mawr College Digital Competencies Program, tracing its history, motivations, and impacts for students, faculty, and the institution. Next, the Davidson team facilitated a design thinking session for some rapid prototyping to explore related interest across the different institutions, many of whom are exploring and building similar kinds of programs and looking for frameworks to share and adapt.
This event was sponsored by the Liberal Arts Consortium for Online Learning (LACOL). Read more on the LACOL blog.