Panel: Digital Literacies
1–2pm ET, Monday 21 June 2021
How do the collaborative and multimodal qualities of social annotation encourage digital literacies? Join an expert panel of educators and researchers as they share their projects and perspectives, as well as discuss how social annotation exemplifies creative and interactive digital literacies. The panel will be moderated by Mary Klann and features speakers Jenae Cohn, Cherise McBride, and Paul Schacht.
- Moderator: Mary Klann, Lecturer, UC San Diego and San Diego Miramar College: Mary Klann (she/her @mcklann) writes and teaches on Native American history, women’s history, and digital history. She is passionate about digital pedagogy and online learning and creating equitable and inclusive experiences for all learners.
- Jenae Cohn, Director Academic Technology, California State University Sacramento: Jenae Cohn (she/her @jenae_cohn) writes and speaks about teaching and learning in digital spaces. She is the author of Skim, Dive, Surface: Teaching Digital Reading (West Virginia University Press).
- Cherise McBride, Digital Literacies Researcher and Teacher Educator, Graduate School of Education, University of California Berkeley: Cherise McBride (she/her @cherisemcb) is a scholar of digital literacies and pedagogy. Her most recent article "Exploring the Edges of Collegiality: A Cross-Case Analysis toward Humanizing Teachers' Connected Learning," published in Pedagogies: An International Journal, explores educator learning in online social networking sites.
- Paul Schacht, Professor of English and Director, Center for Digital Learning, SUNY Geneseo: Paul Schacht (he/him @WhatTheDickens) is Professor of English and Director of the Center for Digital Learning at SUNY Geneseo. He has published on digital humanities pedagogy and on 19th-century British and American literature. He recently authored the entry “Annotation” in Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities, a curated collection of reusable resources for teaching and research published by the Modern Language Association of America.
You can also annotate the transcript of this video while watching.
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