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Education in the (Dis)Information Age

We are all on the front lines in the war against disinformation. I recently visited a seminar course for history majors at University of Mary Washington....
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Ethical Online Learning: Critical Pedagogy and Social Justice

On February 16, 2018, Sean Michael Morris and Lora Taub-Pervizpour presented a joint keynote for a Digital Pedagogy Lab event at the University of Delaware. Below...
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Adventures in Unveiling: Critical Pedagogy and Imagination

There never were going to be any dinosaur bones. Not on that cloudy day, nor on any other. But we went out anyway. With sandwiches and...
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Write Out Loud: Risk & Reward in Digital Publishing

Language is a source of power that makes things happen in the world, and that is an important and challenging lesson to teach in college writing courses....
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Critical Digital Praxis in Wikipedia: The Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon

Wikipedia’s gender gap, which results in problems of representation attributed to the lack of women and non-male editors participating in the encylopedia’s production, is by now...
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Making the Invisible Visible

Simplifying people to stereotypes rarely has a noble purpose. In narrowing and propagating unnuanced definitions for human experiences or identities, the already marginalized can be dehumanized,...
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The Ultimate Life Experience: Preparing Students for the World Beyond the Classroom

There needs to be a general reshaping of how college is viewed and how colleges act. There is an epidemic going on right now. Students invest...
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Paradigms in Academe: On the Digital, Motherhood, and Location-Nonspecific Work

My day began at 2am. One of our kids stumbled into our room because he couldn’t sleep. We’ve learned the hard way that inviting him into...
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Risk and Event-Based Pedagogies

Writing is neither a process nor a product; it is an event that transforms those who engage in it. Teachers must acknowledge not just the rewards...
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Learning at the Intersections

I started writing this article on the day the Trump administration announced they were bombing Syria. A dark coincidence. The announcement came via my New York...
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The Safety Paradox

Two news stories at the beginning of the 2016 fall semester reignited an ongoing debate about the importance of safety in higher education. The first was...
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A Guide for Resisting Edtech: the Case against Turnitin

Students often find themselves uploading their content — their creative work — into the learning management system. Perhaps they retain a copy of the file on...
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Meeting the Dimensions of Education

When we talk about education, one fundamental thing from which we should start are the aspects in which education takes place. What does a person need...
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Indie, Open, Free: The Fraught Ideologies of Ed-Tech

I grew up in a middle-class American household, and I studied classical music. I took private lessons from seventh grade on. I owned my own instrument...
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Seeking Patterns and Making Meaning: Digital Life in the Tangerine Era

How do we as citizens, educators, parents, neighbors and consumers deal with the flood of political messaging in a polarized and polarizing phase in our society’s...
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The Pretense of Neutrality: Twitter, Digital Literacy, and First-Year Writing

“You can’t be neutral on a moving train” — Howard Zinn As universities go, the ethos of my home institution is relatively conservative. Conservative parents believe...
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Wakefulness and Digitally Engaged Publics

Before his death in 2003, Edward Said urged his colleagues to assume the role of public intellectuals in the service of democracy. Said, a professor of...
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Twessays and Composition in the Digital Age

While written assignments are typically growing in length in line with the ever-expanding volume of resources available to student writers, platforms like Twitter demand more succinct...
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CFP: Politicizing Critical Digital Pedagogy

Libraries advertize their relationship with “alternative facts”. Religious schools voice strong opposition to presidential actions. Silenced government employees create rogue Twitter accounts to voice concerns. Super...
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Are Apps Becoming the New Worksheet?

My daughter loves school. She used to line up her stuffed animals in rows and “teach” them for hours on end. When she got a special...
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Community-Focused Versus Market-Driven Education

Public education is now transitioning from a system of educating citizens to a market for profit.  “Venture capitalists and for-profit firms are salivating over the exploding...
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On Advocacy: Hybrid Pedagogy’s 2016 List of Lists

We won’t take this lying down. No, we will join together, combine our voices, and raise our own kind of hell. The 2016 U.S. presidential election...
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Truthy Lies and Surreal Truths: A Plea for Critical Digital Literacies

Misinformation abounds. This has always been the case, but the problem has become acute in the age of digital communication. As Mike Caulfield and Zeynep Tufekci...
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When We are Writers

There’s a thing I want to say. I heard it coming up when I was sitting in Starbucks yesterday. Watching the sun and the people in...
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Essential Silence

http://hybridpedagogy.org/podcast-player/7983/essential-silence.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 10:55I attended a funeral last month. I wanted to speak, but I couldn’t — not for the...
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