Digital assignments — beta testing by students. Contact Leigh at http://betatesters.readywriting.org/
Dorothy Kim, March 21, 4 pm
Cryptoparty with Kris Shaffer
“…Nick Couldry, a British media scholar, who argues in his book Why Voice Matters that we are experiencing a contemporary crisis of voice—across political, economic, social domains. At root, he argues, is a pervasive doctrine of neoliberalism that denies voice matters.”
Documentary studies — close reading, “close enough to hurt”
“Get proximate” to the social justice issues that need our attention
Social Justice and education
What do our students’ domains look like after they leave the course in which it was created?
How do faculty use these in “later” classes?
More on canva.com:
data.chronicle.com — for displaying date…and possibly adding data.
storymap — part of knight lab
For next week:
Troy’s Vision Statement
Mission of the Liberal Arts and Public Institutions: Roads Taken, Kid for Life
Changing nature of public and private
Changing role of public scholars
Moya, “The Ethics of Public Scholarship”
For the future:
Where is the internet?
Physicality of data?
Tracking Transience — cannot copy link
TED Talk — cannot copy link
The Circle (excerpt attached from Martha)
First meeting of Digital Knowledge, Domain of One’s Own, DTLT:
Is digital changing everything, or is knowledge changing the digital?
Art history reading on digital art history?
Domain Fellows, started by Martha Burtis – take DoOO out of the classroom and into their lives.
Ray Bradbury, “There Will Come Soft Rains.” http://schoolsites.schoolworld.com/schools/Cheltenham/webpages/cmanser/files/there%20will%20come%20soft%20rains%20(bradbury)1.pdf
See also Bradbury’s The Veldt The World the Children Made, first published in The Saturday Evening Post, September 23, 1950.
Audry Watters, The Web We Need to Give Students.” https://brightreads.com/the-web-we-need-to-give-students-311d97713713
An outsider looking in.
“Giving students their own digital domain is a radical act. It gives them the ability to work on the Web and with the Web.” Why is this radical?
David Weinberger, Small Pieces Loosley Joined (2002). http://www.smallpieces.com/
Werner Herzog, Lo and Behold, documentary.