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  1. Sep 2017
  2. Jun 2017
    1. Okay, so here I was in one room with university administrators. I chose the concept I was going to present by three main criteria: a) The concept should scaffold ongoing, constructive and critical discussions around the different ideas of digital pedagogy, identity, teaching and learning among faculty and students. b) I wanted to show ‘proof’ that what I was pitching had worked before elsewhere, that it had been applied. c) Under no circumstances did I want to promote a centralized use of technology that follows ideas of control or restraint. (you may read “LMS” here) Instead, I was looking for something that provided students and educators with agency over their own digital identities and their learning and teaching.

      three criteria for digital infrastructure that supports digital citizenship/literacy/identity/pedagogy

    1. It’s not like a disaster not to own one’s domain. It’s something that makes sense at some stage of One’s digital existence, but not the FIRST step imho.

      questions about the right moment for domain ownership in digital literacy in relation to knowledge, skills, resources

  3. May 2017
    1. what platforms reward as successful digital identity performance and practice is antithetical to those platforms ever becoming more pro-social spaces at a grand scale

      Is this the crux of Bonnie's realization during her talk at Keene State?