AGENDA, March 21, 2018
If you missed the “live” synchronous class, please watch the video. Then answer the question at the bottom of this page using the “Leave a Reply” function.
- Reflections on the affordances and liabilities of the infographics you created
- Key ideas on the ethics of representation from Lange, Parker, Burgess
- View and discuss: “Because why not”
- Discuss: What are some strategies for teaching and learning about representational ideologies?
- Review LEAP 3 Digital Storytelling (due April 4) and homework assignments for next week’s class
CLASS PARTICIPATION HOMEWORK: PLEASE COMPLETE THE ACTIVITIES BELOW BEFORE our next synchronous class on WEDNESDAY, March 28 at 7 pm.
- The Week 9 theme is Digital Storytelling: What makes digital narratives so powerful and complex as a tool for learning?
- Hobbs, Create to Learn, Chapter 10 (pp. 155 – 16), Chapter 12 (pp. 205 – 219) and Chapter 13 (pp. 205 – 220).
- Choose one of the following (PhD students read all three):
- American Library Association (2014). Storycorps at Your Library. Programming Librarian.
- Gubrium, A. C., Hill, A. L., & Flicker, S. (2014). A situated practice of ethics for participatory visual and digital methods in public health research and practice: A focus on digital storytelling. American Journal of Public Health, 104(9), 1606–1614.
- Ranieri, M., & Bruni, I. (2013). Mobile storytelling and informal education in a suburban area a qualitative study on the potential of digital narratives for young second generation Learning, Media and Technology, 38(2), 217–235.
- Let’s all contribute to a Google doc with some informal written response to the readings. Which of the ideas you encountered in the reading are most relevant to your LEAP 3 project? Which ideas are relevant to your interests and ambitions? What wonderings/questions did you have as you read? Feel free to comment and respond to the ideas of others.
If you were unable to participate in the “live” synchronous class, please select one of the digital stories at The Moth and offer a description and analysis of it in the “Leave a Reply” section below. Be sure to include a link to the story you selected.