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Too Long; Didn’t Read #160

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Identifying your piece in the puzzle TL;DR #160 - 7/28/2018 This week I posted the following: Employing digital spaces to resist harmful discourses: Intersections of learning, technology, & politics showing up in the lowcountry - I’ve shared a lot of parts of this research project, but…

Encountering harmful discourses in the classroom

The intersections between learning, technology, and media are often the scene of tumult and change. These digital texts and tools provide groundbreaking advantages, and opportunities to information that cannot be underestimated. The Internet, video and music sharing sites, social media and mobile phones have quite literally changed our world forever. Sadly, this ubiquitous communications technology…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #159

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Balance between anonymity & general disinformation TL;DR #159 - 7/20/2018 This week I posted the following: Four Questions For Kathryn Kennedy about following your passions - In this discussion with Kathryn Kennedy, I talk about the current transitions in her career. We discuss the guidance, focus,…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #158

  The scars that make us human TL;DR #158 - 7/14/2018 This week I spent a lot of time behind the scenes working on some online classes, and getting an upcoming publication out of the door. Hannah Gadsby Got Into Comedy Because of a Broken Wrist (7:56) Hannah Gadsby on Late Night with Seth Meyers…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #157

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Literacy rickrolled TL;DR #157 - 7/07/2018 This week I posted the following: Three examples of annotations, bookmarking, & sharing in my digital commonplace book - This post is a documentation, and a quick mockup of three ways in which I might be able to more effectively…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #156

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Listening to learn TL;DR #156 - 6/29/2018 This week I posted the following: What is IndieWeb & why should you care? - This post is a response to a post from Chris Aldrich about defining the IndieWeb, and what you would like to see in IndieWeb.…

What is IndieWeb & why should you care?

If you're a regular reader of this blog and my social feeds, you've noticed the topic of the "IndieWeb" showing up quite a bit. Chris Aldrich has an excellent post defining the IndieWeb that I recommend you checking out if you really want to understand what this all means. Aldrich indicates: In broadest terms I…