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Fostering online research & discussion using Hypothesis

Hypothes.is is a free, open source annotation app that aims to build a peer review layer for the internet. Hypothesis allows you to annotate (adding notes giving explanation or comment) or highlight content on texts across the internet. This allows you to individually or collaboratively research openly online. This research and discussion might take on multiple…

Developing a Culture of Inquiry

This week I’m presenting a workshop focused on reading and supporting students as they interact in classes. Do you ever wonder how or if students read the 200-300 pages of materials assigned a week across all their classes? Why do students have difficulty answering questions about course reading, even if they’ve read the materials? This…

Help define digital literacy

Last week I posted this piece about digital literacy, and a request to have you help us define what it means to be digitally literate. There are three reasons for this request. The first is that I’m regularly studying and thinking about literacy practices in online and hybrid spaces. I want to make sure that…

Digitally Native Scholarship

I’ve experimented open scholarship or research in online and hybrid spaces over the last decade. Most of this has been motivated by initial questions about new and digital tools/spaces, and wondering why we cannot use them for research and scholarship. Across this work, I’ve tried to document my thinking and reflect on these experiences in…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #163

Dealing with the long tail TL;DR #163 – 8/24/2018 Welcome to Issue #163 of Too Long; Didn’t Read. Each week I highlight some of the things I think you should be reading in terms of education, technology, and literacy. Enjoy. 🙂 Here’s some of what I posted this week: B-Tags, Photos, Technology, & Surveillance -…