Academic Technology and the Office for Digital Learning and Inquiry

Middlebury's new Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry (DLINQ), is the result of unifying the Academic Technology Group in Middlebury, the Digital Learning Commons in Monterey, and the Office of Digital Learning. DLINQ was officially created in January, 2018.

We continue to provide leadership and expertise to support appropriate pedagogies and technologies that engage learners, empower faculty and promote effective teaching and learning. In addition, we search for new ways to enhance our academic infrastructure and transform our learning spaces to fulfill the mission of Middlebury.

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Course Hub

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Digital Media Tutors

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Wilson Media Lab

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We can help with:

  • Advising for software or hardware needs based on project concepts
  • Teaching workshops about using technology for assignments or projects
  • Training students and faculty on the use of technology tools as a part of the curriculum

Who else can help?

  • Liaisons can answer questions about library or technology resources.
  • The helpdesk provides basic technology help and support for various technology needs
  • The digital media tutors provide walk-in support for digital media-based projects in the Wilson Media Lab

Our Partners 

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Center for Teaching, Learning & Research

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Library Liaisons

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Undergraduate Research

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Project on Creativity and Innovation in the Liberal Arts

Academic Technology

Davis Family Library
110 Storrs Ave.
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT  05753 
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