Fall 2019 Courses

…and digital technologies. How have young people contributed to the rise of the digital? And how, in turn, have digital technologies shaped young people’s worlds, bodies, and lives? The course explores a range of issues related to these themes including the emergence of massive multiplayer online games and the gaming…

Digital Studies Fellows

  Each year, DiSC invites applications for Digital Studies Fellowships. Fellows commit to teaching one course in the Digital Studies program while also spending a semester doing research. DiSC welcomes applications from those both within and outside of Rutgers University-Camden. Residency is not required, and fellows can propose online courses….

2016-2017 Fellows

…Consciousness in the Novel (University of Tennessee Press) demonstrates the influence of early developmental psychology, evolutionary theory, and sexology on “child study” in modern novels.     Christie DeCarolis is a senior instructional designer at Rutgers–Camden. She assists faculty with integrating technology into their curriculum and designing engaging online courses….

2018-2019 Fellows

Natalie Mesnard   Natalie Mesnard is a writer and game designer currently teaching in the Pratt Institute Game Design & Interactive Media program. Literary publication credits include poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction, appearing or forthcoming in places such as Blackbird, Kenyon Review Online, The Gettysburg Review, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere….

Major & Minor

…to explore digital worlds, such as the digital worlds that make up popular online games. It can also refer to using digital tools, such as audiovisual equipment and smart phones, to do research in offline settings, such as hospitals and classrooms. Students read and discuss examples of both kinds of…