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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Giving Voice to Written Words

http://hybridpedagogy.org/podcast-player/8019/giving-voice-written-words.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 7:04Writers should talk more. We write to make ourselves heard. We use writing to tell a story,...
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Fountain: Scholarship and the Illusion of Permanence

This is an experimental publication combining video and text. It was created in response to a call for papers seeking a “meta-level consideration of what ‘counts’...
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Plagiarism is Dead; Long Live the Retweet: Unpacking an Identity Crisis in Digital Content

“What oft was thought but ne’er so well express’d” Alexander Pope’s eighteenth century advice to writers — now known as content producers — has a new...
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Learning as Weaving

As educators, we want to teach in ways that support our students to be the best that they can be. We yearn for the lightbulb moment....
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Librarian as Outsider

Academic librarians are worried about power. And powerlessness. They are particularly concerned with the way power dynamics shape their identities as educators and inform their pedagogical...
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The Pedagogy of Trolls

Andrew Shaw’s “The College Experience: A Modern-Day Paddy West?” demonstrates the value of asking undergraduates to prepare and publish assignments. As an historian of the early...
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Trust, Agency, and Connected Learning

This interview with Jesse was published on HASTAC as part of the Digital Media and Learning Competition 5 Trust Challenge. We are republishing a revised version...
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Designing Critically: Feminist Pedagogy for Digital / Real Life

This article is a response submitted for our series about critical digital pedagogy. See the original CFP for details. I’m a feminist teacher of writing and literature of over...
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Claiming Ground in the Absence of Space: a #digped chat

“Algorithms control the way we write, the way we interact with one another, the way we find each other in the digital, and whether or not...
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Risk, Reward, and Digital Writing

Autocorrect is tyranny. It is interruption of thought, of speech, of creation, a condition for — and sometimes a prohibition against — my voice being heard....
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Addressing the Elephant: The Importance of Infrastructure

I am an innovator. And yet, I still struggle with what exactly that means. Say you’re driving down a west coast highway in your economy car,...
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Humanists and Our Books, Pt. 2: Becoming Books

On Tuesday, June 3, Hybrid Pedagogy released an announcement and CFP related to the first long-form project to be undertaken by Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing. Two weeks...
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Breaking up with Facebook: Untethering from the Ideological Freight of Online Surveillance

During the summer of 2013, I scratched my seven-year itch. I broke up with Facebook. I first met the social media space in 2006, when the...
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Technology 101: What Do We Need To Know About The Future We’re Creating?

Howard Rheingold brought this piece to our attention after Jesse and Sean published “Is it Okay to Be a Luddite” on Instructure’s Keep Learning blog. Originally...
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Is It Okay to Be a Luddite?

This piece was originally published on Instructure’s Keep Learning blog. When it posted, we received a message from Howard Rheingold (NetSmart) linking us to a post...
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Humanists and Our Books, Pt. 1: The Work of Humanism

On Tuesday, June 3, Hybrid Pedagogy released an announcement and CFP related to the first long-form project to be undertaken by Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing. In the...
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CFP: The Generative Literature Project

Frederick and I are unlikely friends. We met as faculty members at Clark Atlanta University. We didn’t really know each other that well when we worked...
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