I’ve seen a number of people on my social media feeds sharing what they were doing in class today, or…
I am going to follow and blog along with the DML Commons course on Design Research over the next few…
Tonight I’m running a workshop on Open Journal Systems for students in the Interactive Technology & Pedagogy Core II course….
I glammed a notebook with the Text Textile Texture Studio last week.
We are things of dry hours and the involuntary plan, Grayed in, and gray. “Dream” makes a giddy sound, not…
This Saturday (10/13/12) I’ll be presenting with Kiersten Greene at Northwestern University’s InfoSocial Conference. Info and abstract below: Title: Doing Participatory Research and Pedagogy in Proprietary Educational Environments Authors: Gregory T. Donovan & Kiersten Greene Panel: Participation, Socialization, and Memory Online … Continue reading →
The official Growing Up Policed Vimeo Channel is now live! This channel includes video of presentations, panels, and discussions from the Growing Up Policed: Surveilling Racialized Sexualities Mini-Conference that took place at both the University of Oregon and the CUNY … Continue reading →
12/2/11>>9:30AM-10:45AM>>John Jay College CUNY>>MORE INFO
From the abstract: “This paper presents updated trends in teen employment and participation across multiple demographic characteristics, and argues that, in addition to immigration, occupational polarization in the U.S. adult labor market has resulted in increased competition for jobs that … Continue reading →
From Sherry Turkle’s “The Second Self,” p21: … the computer is a metaphysical machine. Children too are provoked. The computer creates new occasions for thinking through the fundamental questions to which childhood must give a response, among them the question … Continue reading →
Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) of the Senate Intelligence Committee recently discussed the Patriot Act and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments on Countdown with Kieth Olbermann. Wyden made two notable observations: On the Patriot Act: “There is growing gap between … Continue reading →