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Designing and Supporting Digital Assignments


Our educational technologists can help you develop digital project assignments such as podcasts, mini-documentaries, digital mapping, or web exhibits for course. We can help with assignment design (rubrics, timelines, etc.), identifying hardware and software resources, assessing student's digital competencies. We can develop customized workshops, documentation and other scaffolding needed to ensure student success.

Digital Bryn Mawr Seed Grants are available to help fund digitally-informed curricular development projects, and can be used for expenses such as outside guest speakers, field trips, devices or software not currently available to faculty and students or hiring students to serve as technology teaching assistants.

Getting Started

  • Take a look at our Designing a Digital Assignment Guide. It lays out some best practices to consider when designing an assignment, gathered from experienced faculty. 
  • Request a Consultation by clicking the button above and filling out the online form. A member of the Educational Technology Services or Digital Scholarship team will contact you to set up an appointment. If you have ideas about the kind of assignment(s) you would like to develop or the technologies you are interested in using, please describe them, as this will help us connect you with the most appropriate person. If you have no idea where to start, that's okay, too!
  • For project ideas and information about what other liberal arts college faculty and staff have done in this area, see:


If you have problems with the Request a Consultation button, visit or contact the Help Desk:, 610-626-7440, Canaday first floor.

Drop in! Educational Technology Services holds weekly office hours in Canaday 315. Faculty, students and staff are encouraged to drop by for help with any educational technology or digital assignment related questions. Hours for the current semester are posted to the LITS Events Calendar