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Digital Labor & Geographies of Crisis #DL14

I participated on a panel this morning at the Digital Labor conference. The panel title: Digital Labor & Geographies of Crisis. On the panel: Karen Gregory, Daniel Joseph, Matthew Tiessen, Austin Walker, Dan Greene, and myself. I've included my notes, along with the image that I used to frame my presentation and to provoke a discussion about what digital labor looks like in the classroom.

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Convivial Tools in an Age of Surveillance

Here is the transcript from my talk today at NYU, as part of the ECT Colloqium Series. No slides. Because, ugh, slides. Many thanks for the invitation, as coordinated by Sava Saheli Singh.
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The Future of Education: Programmed or Programmable

Here is the transcript of my talk tonight at Pepperdine University. Many thanks to Linda Polin for inviting me to speak to her students.

Maggie's Digital Content Farm

I was asked to be a "guest speaker" for Digital Writing Month. Here's my contribution. This first appeared on the DigiWriMo blog and on Hybrid Pedagogy. Ed-tech likes to see itself as a protest movement. I think it's time we start to protest the protest. Thanks to Jesse and Sean for editing and to Bob for the inspiration.

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Hack Education Weekly News: Malala Yousafzai Wins the Nobel Peace Prize

I think it’s fair to say it’s been a particularly difficult week for women in technology. The Grace Hopper Celebration decided to invite a panel of “male allies” to talk about fixing sexism in tech. (Panel members included the CEO of GoDaddy, known best perhaps for its sexist advertising campaigns).

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