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More Human Than Human

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #372. I worked on the following this week: Integrating AI in K-12 Education: Navigating Ongoing Debate – While AI technologies present exciting possibilities for improving learning, concerns about the moral implications, student privacy, and the proper application of AI tools in schools continue to exist. AI technologies should enhance, not…

A Soft Apocalypse of Truth

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #371. Hey all, it’s good to be back. I’ve had a busy summer, and there are a bunch of things happening, so let’s get into it. Generative AI Hackathons I was involved in two different generative AI hackathons. The first of which focused on Education and the Future of Work.…

Think Feasibility, Not Adoption

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #368. The air quality mess is starting to move down here to the southeast of the US. Thinking about those of you that have already experienced this up in the north. Please subscribe if you want this newsletter to appear in your inbox. I’m also posting the newsletter to Substack…

Discerning Accuracy

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #367. I worked on a bunch of stuff in the background. More to come soon. Please subscribe if you want this newsletter to appear in your inbox. I’m also posting the newsletter to Substack for a bit. Reach out and say hello at hello@digitallyliterate.net. You Don’t Hate Books: The Simple…

Humans and Algorithms Work Together

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #366. I posted the following this week. Unleash the Power of Computational Thinking in Higher Education to Address Wicked Problems – This past week I presented twice with some great colleagues at TLTCon 2023. This first session focused on computational thinking (CT) and connections to addressing wicked problems in our…

Subtle Cues

Welcome to Digitally Literate, issue #358. I posted the following this week: The Challenges of Becoming a Manager vs. Maker in the Age of AI – This post shares some of my thinking about the balance between making and managing as we go to work with AI virtual assistants. Moving From Search to Answers With…

Things Fall Apart

Hey all. Here’s Digitally Literate, issue #354. Welcome to 2023! I took some time away for the holiday season and I’m excited to get started on some new initiatives. I posted the following since we last saw each other: Wicked Problems – Many important societal problems are neither simple nor easily solved; they are wicked…

Culture Jamming

Hey all. Here’s Digitally Literate, issue #352. Last week I attended the LRA 2022 Conference in Tempe, Arizona. As part of this, I presented in multiple sessions. I included some of materials for these below. I also serve as one of the e-editors for the organization’s website. Our first story (publication or blog post) went…

Online Murmurations

Welcome back. Here’s Digitally Literate, issue #350. 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 Flight of the Starlings: Watch This Eerie but Beautiful Phenomenon This short film by Jan van IJken was shot in the Netherlands, and it…

Life, Death, & Being

Hello all. Here’s Digitally Literate, issue #348. 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 Carl Jung – The Power of Knowing Your Dark Side Among the central concepts of analytical psychology is individuation—the lifelong psychological process of differentiation…