Building our bibliography
It was really good to meet with the participants at the workshop in Montreal. There were a number of threads running through the discussion and presentations.
A web tech curriculum discussion
A what is web science and how does it relate to web tech discussion
On the fringes of this there was an implicit discussion
What are digital literacies and how do they fit into our different curricula?
Through the presentations there was also a discussion about how can faculty engage with digital literacies?
And there was a request from one presentation for ideas on how to scale up a small student centred activity led module - maybe by peer teaching and assessment
I am sure there will be various ways in which this community will progress, but in the meantime I have added a few texts to the mendeley group
perhaps the rest of you could add some more?
Bazan, S.B. & Varin, C., 2011. Sharing innovative teaching experience in higher education on the Web . An interdisciplinary study on a contextualized Web 2 . 0 application for community building and teacher training.
Beetham, H. & Sharpe, R., 2013. Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age: Designing for 21st Century Learning, London and New York:Routledge.
Cochrane, T. & Antonczak, L., 2015. Developing students’ professional digital identity. In Proceedings 11th International Conference on Mobile Learning. pp. 27–34.
Cohen, D.J. & Scheinfeldt, J.T., 2011. Hacking the academy: New approaches to scholarship and teaching from digital humanities, Available at: http://www.digitalculture.org/hacking-the-academy/.
Mandviwalla, M. & Schuff, D., 2014. Reimagining the Higher Education Experience as a Socially-Enabled Complex Adaptive System. In 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. pp. 4546–4555.
Wesch, M., 2009. From knowledgable to knowledge-able: Learning in new media environments. Academic Commons, 7.