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Social Natives ≠ Digital Natives

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #337. I didn’t send out last week’s issue as I was away on a retreat in the middle of nowhere. No TVs, limited Internet, and campers. The good news is that I was able to listen to Project Hail Mary, the new novel by Andy Weir on the way out,…

Algorithmically Plottable Emptiness

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #336. I spent a lot of time working on several projects. More to come soon. Please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Reach out and say hello at hello@digitallyliterate.net. Watch on YouTube A Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace – John Perry Barlow A…

The Act of Looking

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #335. I worked on a couple of projects behind the scenes this week. More to come soon. Last week I was honored to join Bryan Alexander on the Future Trends Forum for a wide-ranging discussion about edtech, social good, badges, and Google+. Watch the discussion here. Please subscribe if you…

Towards Imaginology

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #334. I worked on a couple of projects behind the scenes this week. More to come soon. Please subscribe if you would like this newsletter to show up in your inbox. Reach out and say hello at hello@digitallyliterate.net. Watch on YouTube Jacinda Ardern delivers Harvard University Commencement speech One of…

Teaching The Kids To Run

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #333. I worked on some things behind the scenes this week. Towards Transdisciplinarity: Constructing Meaning Where Disciplines Intersect, Combine, and Shift – This research was accepted for publication. Some relatively small edits and revisions were made this week and we sent them back to the editors. Please subscribe if you…

Dwell Time

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #332. I presented three sessions this week at TLT Con 2022. Student Privacy and Pandemics: Understanding and Reducing Privacy and Security Risks – I discuss the different types of student data, how that data is used, and the key policies, practices, and procedures that schools and districts should implement to…

This Seed in This Soil is Classified

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #331. This week I’ve been working on some things behind the scenes. More to come soon. 🙂 I received a really intriguing request from Kay Oddone that I think all of my readers here at DL should consider. Oddone is investigating academics’ experience of professional learning through Personal Learning Networks.…

Collective Illusions

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #330. I posted the following this week: Student Privacy and Pandemics – I’m presenting a virtual session at #TLTCon2022 next week on the policies, practices, and procedures that schools should implement to establish trust, promote transparency, and create a culture of privacy. “Those who rule data will rule the entire…

Neural Replay

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #329. I spent the beginning of the week in San Diego at AERA and then was back at home to catch up on emails, projects, and life. I posted the following this week: Talk, Text, Content & Context: Using Poetry & Multimodal Exploration to Develop a Community of Inquiry -…

A Web Renaissance

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #328. Another busy week here. My semester wrapped up and I hosted a poetry slam for students in my classes. I also posted the following: I worked on the following this week: Towards a New Normal: Motivation & engagement in digital spaces – I presented a virtual workshop at AERA…