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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…

Force Multipliers

Hi all. Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #327. I worked on the following this week: Webinar – Developing a community of inquiry focused on poetry and multimodal exploration – This week I’ll host a professional development workshop on 4/21/2022 with Caroline Graham to discuss critical reading and writing of poetry. Register here.Use digital spaces and…

Still Raging On

Aaaaand we’re back. Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #326. Thank you to all that sent in messages of support over the last week or so. Your correspondence was very much needed. I shared the eulogy for my father over on my blog. I’ll continue to post more personal content in/across my digital spaces. For now,…

All Out of F*cks To Give

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #325. My publication of this newsletter has been inconsistent over the last month. I have been traveling a lot in between classes as my father quickly fought, and ultimately lost a battle against lung cancer. I will travel again next week as we’re holding a celebration of…

Becoming Human Again

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #324. I spent as much of my time offline as possible this week. I’m slowly turning part of my garage into a makerspace. More info to come soon. 😉 I hope you and those around you are well. If you haven’t already, please subscribe if you would…

I Don’t Get This Internet Thing

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #323. I posted the following this week: The Metaverse and the Future of the Internet – My response to a Pew Research Center survey about the metaverse and how it will mature by 2040. Guidance on Planning and Building an Organization’s Website – I serve as one…

Vibe Shift Coming

Welcome back all. Here is Digitally Literate, issue #322. I posted the following this week: Why Can’t We Agree on What’s True? – Blaming social media or the Internet for what people choose to say is like blaming soapboxes for the people standing on them.The Beginning Will Suck – Starting a new project? Get out…