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CLDE21: Digital Literacy 2021: The Path Forward - Shared screen with speaker view
ADP AASCU
11:25
Questions here!
Andrew Irvine
12:25
Well shoot :)
Angela Quick (she/her/hers)
22:28
Pow-Pow-Powter! :0) THe "fat is bad" woman.
Angela Quick (she/her/hers)
27:03
AMEN. (a librarian)
David Bodary, Sinclair Community College
28:30
The courtyard used by all is cleaned by none. .. proverb... Information literacy is the courtyard
Janet Hoffmann
30:29
As a rhetorician, I totally agree! The original curriculum of democratic leadership...
Amelia Meman (they/them)
32:17
Rhetorical analyses are a great way for students to gain critical thinking/literacy skills AND I’ve found that they are helpful for expanding empathy and developing a better capacity for complexity of truth(s)
byroncraig
33:22
Well, I would take an artifact, such as a QAnon conspiracy and offer a rhetorical analysis of it maybe.
byroncraig
34:45
Trace its rhetorical exigency perhaps. Then consider its influence or uses in a current public culture.
byroncraig
35:36
Thanks Paul. This was interesting.
David Bodary, Sinclair Community College
37:24
The name of that book would be helpful. Author...
Misty Newman
37:48
https://www.amazon.com/New-Dark-Age-Technology-Future/dp/178663547X/ref=asc_df_178663547X/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=312045581420&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3775146156310639880&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1027158&hvtargid=pla-467330842315&psc=1&tag=&ref=&adgrpid=62837065180&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvadid=312045581420&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=3775146156310639880&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1027158&hvtargid=pla-467330842315
David Bodary, Sinclair Community College
39:17
Thank you!
Michael Morvice (he/him/his)
39:30
Thank you very much!
Jenny Dale
39:32
Thanks!
Alexandra Jabara Johnston (she/her)
39:39
Thank you!!
David Bodary, Sinclair Community College
40:01
I wonder if other campuses are utilizing Invitational rhetoric to develop in-class dialogues on topics of interest for students?
Tooth or Celeste (they/she)
40:56
Is there anything in particular students can do in terms of promoting (for lack of a better word) digital literacy
Libby Roderick
41:01
Hi there, Trying to ask a question but apparently can't be heard?
Kimberly Pace (She/Her)
41:26
What do you think the microwave looks like after over a year?
Tooth or Celeste (they/she)
41:29
Are you muted
Kristina
41:49
I appreciate the historical perspective, but wondering how this looks in practice particularly for student affairs?
Tooth or Celeste (they/she)
42:04
What are your audio settings?
Jenny Dale
42:11
I'm an information literacy librarian and one of the things I've found over the past few years is that sudden anxiety over fake news, deepfakes, etc. has made me pretty popular but hasn't always led to larger conversations about IL with my faculty colleagues. Do you have any recommendations for getting these conversations going?
Libby Roderick
43:43
Similar question to the one above. I am the Director of the Difficult Dialogues Initiative at the University of Alaska Anchorage and co-founder of the Difficult Dialogues National Resource Center. We are forever trying to identify best practices for countering the tidal wave of disinformation that make engaging in these dialogues so daunting these days. Do you have speakers, books, other resources to recommend?
Kristina
46:18
Thanks.
byroncraig
46:41
do you think we should be incorporating a section of all courses to teaching informational literacy or should universities begin developing a required course on citizenship where this pedagogy is foundational?
Jenny Dale
47:43
Thanks! :)
Libby Roderick
48:14
Fantastic! Thank you. eroderick@alaska.edu
Kristina
49:21
It seems like we do piecemeal for so many things instead of the hard work of digging down to the systemic issues that have to be addressed.
byroncraig
49:31
Absolutely!! This was wonderful Paul!
byroncraig
51:36
Book: Rhetoric and the Republic: Politic, Civic Discourse, and Education in Early America by Mark Garrett Longaker
David Bodary, Sinclair Community College
51:39
Thank you!
Susan Grace
51:46
Thank you!
Annette Ritter
51:46
Thank you
Kimberly Pace (She/Her)
52:16
Thank you!
Angela Quick (she/her/hers)
52:20
Will presentation slides be posted after the session?SO many good ideas and readings to explore.
Janet Hoffmann
52:53
Yes! progymnastia exercises requiring students to debate all sides of an issue and learn and identify logical fallacies andargueethically can happen in early elementary school!
ADP AASCU
53:03
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7PBK2C2
Clair Volkening
53:16
Thank you! This was very interesting
byroncraig
53:23
Email me Paul…bbcraig@ilstu.edu
Janet Hoffmann
53:25
thanks so much!