[Themaintainers] edtech and maintenance: request for readings
jgrann at credentialengine.org
Wed Feb 20 15:51:08 EST 2019
You might also consider including this short article
on an open schema for credentials. Being new to this forum, I'd also
appreciate hearing anyone's thoughts on this work.
On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 1:24 PM Nathan Schneider <
nathan.schneider at colorado.edu> wrote:
> This is very exciting. Together with Erin Glass at UCSD, I'm working on
> building an online wiki directory of "ethical edtech" (ethicaledtech.info),
> focused on free, open source, often self-hostable, non-surveillance tools.
> We'd love to work with others on organizing edit-a-thons to populate and
> promote the directory. It might even be fun to integrate into a course.
> I'd also love any input about how themes of maintenance might fit into
> such a directory. Like metrics of active maintenace in git repos? To me
> this is an important pedagogical need.
> Nathan Schneider
> Assistant Professor, Media Studies
> University of Colorado Boulder
> On February 20, 2019 11:21:13 AM MST, Carole Turley Voulgaris <
> caroleturley at ucla.edu> wrote:
>> Have you seen the book *Teaching Naked* by Jose Antonio Bowen?
>> The author advocates for using less technology (e.g. slide presentations)
>> in the classroom and a lot more technology (e.g. podcasts, social media) to
>> engage with students outside of scheduled class times.
>> On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 9:52 AM Tom Okie <wtokie at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Apologies if I've missed an earlier discussion of educational technology
>>> on this list, but I'm in the process of developing a list of
>>> readings/viewings for a course I teach called "Technology for Historians
>>> and History Educators," mostly to practicing teachers. I take a broad view
>>> of technology in the course (we talk about blackboards and codices as well
>>> as digital tech), and we'll be reading Larry Cuban's *Oversold and
>>> Underused: Computers in the Classroom*, and some of Audrey Watters'
>>> writing on edtech.
>>> Anyway, I'd be eager to hear if anyone has other suggestions for pieces
>>> that might teach well, including pieces that praise edtech, promise
>>> innovation and disruption, or address maintenance problems in education.
>>> Tom Okie
>>> Kennesaw State University
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>>> Themaintainers at lists.stevens.edu
>> *Carole Turley Voulgaris*
>> Doctoral alumna
>> UCLA Department of Urban Planning
>> caroleturley at ucla.edu
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