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  1. Jan 2021
    1. the next step is to design discussion board prompts or questions to reflect thatgoal.

      I'm curious how instructors might facilitate constructivist learning through productive digression via in-text social reading prompts, where asynchronous conversation is seeded in context. Perhaps instructors could turn this tension between anchored conversations and productive digression into a reciprocal advantage by encouraging students to annotate with intertextuality in mind, or better yet, have students free-associate on a word/phrase and let their responders go from there. Doing so might foster rhetorical patterns and opportunities for reflexive inquiry if developed in the mid-range composing acts (e.g. blog/discussion posts) that Ugoretz discusses here. That process would also work with a variety of digital artifacts situated in new media discourse.

  2. May 2019
  3. sciencefeedback.co sciencefeedback.co
    1. We invite scientists with relevant expertise to comment on media articles that contain science-based information, adding contextual information and highlighting factual inaccuracies and faulty reasoning where they exist.
  4. Jul 2018
    1. the online ecosystems from which these claims originate, and also the ecosystems in which they are then more widely discussed
    2. The wiki houses student submissions of various claims that have made the rounds online, across lots of different fields in addition to politics, from environment to hate speech to race and immigration to psychology and neuroscience. Students from participating institutions work in public, collectively, to fill out the life cycle of the claim and summarize and weight the viewpoints that have been shared online about that claim
    1. inaccurate climate change narratives from scientifically sound and trustworthy information in the media
    1. scientists have a moral duty to speak up when they see misinformation masquerading as science. Up to now scientists have however had little choice but to engage in time-consuming op-ed exchanges, which result in one or two high-profile scientists arguing against the views of an individual who may have no commitment to scientific accuracy at all. Climate Feedback takes a different approach. Our collective reviews allow scientists from all over the world to provide feedback in a timely, effective manner.
    1. studentshighlight and discuss important issues in the reading, sharedifferent opinions and learnfrom others’ perspectives
    1. continued attempt to construct and maintain a shared conception of a problem
    1. Web annotations can be linked, shared between services, tracked back to their origins, searched and discovered, and stored wherever the author wishes
    1. a pervasive activity shared by all humanity across all walks of life