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CNDLS offers Digital Learning Days twice a year to help faculty adapt to current technological trends, tools, and methodologies. This hands-on training opportunity offers space to discuss and learn together at the beginning of each semester, typically held in August and January.

We stay attuned to faculty needs, providing responsive support to ensure faculty feel prepared to teach with tools available at the time. A recent example is our series of workshops and panels that explore the nuances of generative Artificial Intelligence. We also share recordings, transcripts, and slide decks in our ever-growing library of digital learning resources—see our archive below.

While current Georgetown faculty may be acquainted with the Canvas LMS, we recognize that faculty new to Georgetown may need support with what may be a new system. Canvas demos are a consistent part of our programming.


Topics at Digital Learning Days can range widely, facilitated by both CNDLS professionals and Georgetown faculty and staff.

Digital Learning Days archive

Fall 2022

As you peruse this section of the archive, keep in mind that some content is tailored directly for pandemic, Zoom-oriented teaching, but may still be helpful in your teaching today.

Spring 2021

Digital Learning Webinars archive

Digital Learning Webinars are held on the third Thursday of every month from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Each webinar provides participants with an introduction to a digital tool or technique, as well as examples of their application in various pedagogical situations. Past Digital Learning Webinars are collected in this folder on Vimeo, and you can find more context surrounding each webinar on the CNDLS blog.

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Have questions about integrating digital tools into your teaching? Request a consultation or explore more resources in our Teaching with Technology guide.