In Spring 2017, Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship staff members worked on 41 unique courses and 29 unique research projects. The chart below breaks down these interactions by type. Pedagogical interactions include class sessions, course development sessions with faculty, and out-of-class sessions with students. Research interactions include individual sessions with faculty and the total number of unique research projects on which DP&S worked.
Beginning in Fall 2017, DP&S switched to a new system for reporting on research project and course interactions: Team Dynamix (or TeDy). TeDy enables finer-grained project tracking and reporting, including hours spent on specific task types.
In the Fall semester, staff worked on 54 unique courses, and 20 research projects with faculty from 16 departments across the University.
For calendar year 2017, DP&S administered a total of $156,793.62 to support various types of faculty and staff development, outreach (including the Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference), and research.