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    Visual Learning Studios

    Spaces to tinker, explore, and experiment in the digital environment

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    Incubator Immersion Residencies

    Spend a week experimenting, innovating and reflecting on teaching, learning, and communicating

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    Digital Library and Learning Lab

    Create and curate interdisciplinary resources for teachers and learners

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    Incubator Workshops

    Contribute to an emerging visual grammar for global health and global learning

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    Pilots and Programs

    Incubate instructional models that promote interdisciplinary & integrative learning

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Featured Resource

This teaching pack features a collection of videos by Professor Sue J. Goldie, introducing the basic concepts of population dynamics, population growth, and population age structure. The countries of South Asia are used to provide contextual examples, however global perspectives and trends are also discussed.

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Faculty Residency

Spend a week with us - experiment in the visual learning studios, develop multimedia prototypes, and create interactive instructional materials. Take a peek behind the scenes about visual communication and instructional design highlighting faculty, students and staff. If interested, email us!

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GHELI Repository

In a new video for the participants of the Global Studies Outreach Conference (GSOC) The Internet: Tangled Webs, Global Promise workshop, Faculty Director Sue J. Goldie discusses the Incubator’s Digital Repository, a robust, live collection of resources that support teaching and learning about global health challenges. Learn more about GHELI's Digital Repository.

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Teaching Workshops

Our workshops focus on tools and techniques to inspire innovative pedagogy. Check out a behind the scenes clip about digital media and connecting with learners! If interested in spring workshops for teaching fellows, join our mailing list.

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