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When Words Go Global: a #digped Chat

Digital writing – in my understanding, the act of creating texts or other products through digital tools which are designed to be shared with readers via...
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HybridPod, Ep. 5 — Digital Pedagogy, Part 1

http://hybridpedagogy.org/podcast-player/4971/digital-pedagogy-part-1.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 31:44A complete transcript of this episode is available. From Monday, August 10, through Friday, August 14, 2015, Hybrid Pedagogy hosted...
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Accidentally Everywhere: Critical Pedagogy in the World

On Friday, December 5 a crowd of accidental pedagogues met on Twitter via #digped to raise their voices. We considered the notion that critical pedagogy is...
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Brief Encounters with Accidental Pedagogues: A #digped Chat

“I am not alone. There are accidental pedagogues everywhere, teachers without classrooms who left the academy but kept their ears and eyes open for when a...
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Ephemeral Realities: When Two Worlds Collide

On Friday, November 7, several brave souls joined a conversation working towards uncovering and discovering the mysteries of the digital experience. It didn’t take long before...
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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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Critical Pedagogy in Classroom Discussion: a #Digped Discussion

“Indeed, little of the teaching makes our students see the relevance, necessity, or beauty of the subject.” ~ Paul Goodman, from Compulsory Mis-education, 1964 Many tensions lurk...
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#digped Storify: How to Think about Books

On Friday, June 6, Hybrid Pedagogy held a conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #digped to discuss the present and future of books — digital, print,...
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Martian Codicology, or How to Think About Books: A #digped Discussion

“While the form of the ‘book’ is now going through a period of general upheaval, and while that form now appears less natural, and its history...
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Permission, Openness, and Net Neutrality: a #digped Discussion

Where be your gibes now? Your gambols? Your songs? Your flashes of merriment, that were wont to set the table on a roar? As the Federal...
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The State of Things: a #digped Discussion

All pedagogy is necessarily adaptive because it takes place within and regards the extant world. Digital pedagogy must be even more adaptive because it relies upon,...
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#digped Storify: Net Smart

Hybrid Pedagogy proposed a one-hour, pedagogically-focused discussion on the introduction to Howard Rheingold’s new book Net Smart (MIT Press). The conversation took place on May 4, 2012 and ranged...
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Net Smart: a #digped Discussion

The Twitter chat archived via Storify. Howard Rheingold’s recent book, Net Smart: How To Thrive Online (MIT Press), feels almost custom-written for discussion on Hybrid Pedagogy. The book is not aimed...
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