The CDLA builds and brings together networks of people, learning spaces and resources dedicated to the enduring value of a liberal arts education in the digital age.
We provide or connect Occidental students and faculty to a wide range of educational support services, including research consultations, classroom and lab workshops, resource curation, learning technology support, curriculum and instructional design, and professional development.
As a partner to academic departments, affiliated faculty, student organizations and regional digital scholarship initiatives, we support projects of various size and scope that expand the terrain of scholarly endeavor. In all our work, we aim to inspire curricular and scholarly experimentation while sustaining the fundamental principles of a liberal education.
Mark your calendars! Ryan Flahive will be presenting, "Repatriating History: A Culturally Responsive Approach to Archives Management."Tuesday January 24th4:30-6pm Braun Room, Occidental College LibraryThe following Occidental programs and departments supported this guest lecture:Art and Art History Department, Center for Community Based Learning, Center for Digital Liberal Arts, Institute for the Study of Los Angeles, OxyArts, and the Remsen Bird FundFor more information contact: Celestina Castillo, Director, Center for Community Based Learning firstname.lastname@example.org