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Rethinking the Web as Picture Book and Soundscape

Jade E. Davis
October 15, 2014

I have a dear friend who entered graduate studies in my department a bit after I’d started. I will call him Sam. Sam was different. He was one of the few other people who was not white in my program...

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From Courses to Communities

Philipp Schmidt
October 12, 2014

I remember vividly when I received my first account on a UNIX computer that was connected to the Internet. In the early 90s, the Internet in Germany was still in its infancy and only academic...

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Web makers and university educators will discuss the World Wide Web and online literacy in two upcoming webinars that are

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Potential and Pitfalls of Digital Reading Platforms for Connected Learning

Nicole Mirra
October 8, 2014

At the recent Tech for Schools Summit hosted by EdSurge at the USC Rossier School of Education, organizers promised that the event was designed “for educators by educators” and that attendees would “...

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A group of scholars who have been studying issues of online privacy, trust and security will meet Oct.

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Proposals for panel discussions, workshops an

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The Disappearing Selfie, Part 3

Nishant Shah
October 5, 2014

This is the third and last of a three-blog series exploring the selfie as a digital object and the ways in which it posits challenges for us to understand and analyse it as embedded in everyday...

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Reflections on Reading, Learning via Electronic Literature

Mia C. Zamora
October 1, 2014

I am currently teaching “Writing Electronic Literature” and I admit it is one of my favorite classes to teach these days. There are many reasons for this. Perhaps the first is that I have discovered...

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What do college degrees, high school diplomas and professional certificates have in common?