Humanity, Theirs and Ours, in Edtech Development

This image is from a recent Twitter thread (with 4500+ retweets and 450+ comments as of this writing) by Chris Gilliard (@hypervisible), whose research and pedagogy often point to the consequences of online systems surveilling us, built as they are on the monetization of data collected about individuals. As a consequence, groups peripheral to whatever […]

It’s hard to learn while hungry

As Luis Poza mentioned in his earlier post,┬áthe Digital Pedagogy Lab in Fredericksburg, Virginia featured a keynote by Sara Goldrick-Rab, who researches college affordability and the very real needs of our students. Dr. Goldrick-Rab encourages all professors to put a note about assisting with these problems into our syllabi. I confess that I had not […]