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Too Long; Didn’t Read #153

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Deep thoughts about screentime TL;DR #153 - 6/08/2018 This week I posted the following: Possible cultural & technological futures of digital scholarship - This post is a bit of a deep dive, but it sums up my thinking about the futures of scholarship and publishing…inspired by…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #152

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. The answer machine TL;DR #152 - 6/01/2018 ![) This week I posted the following: Identifying what we can control in our own lives - This post provides some guidance from Stoic philosophies about your locus of control. Blogging, small-b, Big B - This post digs into…

Blogging, small-b, Big B

I've written quite a bit about blogging, and my creation of open education resources over the past on this website. A lot has changed in my blogging habits, and general digital identity construction since those posts. Most of the response that I get from colleagues, students, and tenure committees is "why in the world would…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #151

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Just keep moving forward TL;DR #151 - 5/25/2018 This week I posted the following: Better visions of ourselves: Human futures, user data, & The Selfish Ledger - This post is a bit of a long read, but it is my reflection/response to the Selfish Ledger video…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #150

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Trimming the fat TL;DR #150 - 5/18/2018 You’ll notice some changes this week as we’re sliming down for the summer. Let me know what you think about the changes. :) This week I posted the following: What is “Critical Pedagogy”? - This is a follow-up…

What is “Critical Pedagogy”?

In an earlier post, I presented an overview of the literature on critical literacy and how it informs my perspectives on my work, research, and thinking. This was motivated by discussions in which colleagues and students indicate that they know/understand critical literacy, and then go on to equate it with critical evaluation. I think the…

What is “Critical Literacy” in Education?

Critical literacy is one of the key perspectives that informs my teaching, research, and thinking. It informs all of the work that I do, and fundamentally impacts everything from the ways in which I view the world, to the very tweets that I send out on a daily basis. It plays a role in guiding…