What’s Sarah reading and writing? February 2019 edition

While our work often manifests in the creation of digital spaces and technology-supported learning experiences, digital pedagogy is a scholarly endeavor. Here’s what I’m currently reading and writing to inform my thinking.

What’s Sarah reading?

Design Justice: Towards an Intersectional Feminist Framework for Design Theory and Practice, by Sasha Constanza-Chock

What’s Sarah writing?

Bringing Disability in the Discussion: Examining Technology Accessibility as an Equity Concern in the Field of Instructional Technology, by Natalie L. Shaheen and Sarah Lohnes Watulak

What’s Sarah reading and writing? November 2018 edition

(It’s still November, right? In the category of better late than never, here’s what I’m reading and writing this month.)

While our work often manifests in the creation of digital spaces and technology-supported learning experiences, digital pedagogy is a scholarly endeavor. Here’s what I’m currently reading and writing to inform my thinking.

What’s Sarah Reading?

 

What’s Sarah Writing?

Guest Editorial in the International Journal of Information and Learning Technology special issue on Equity in Digital Teaching and Learning (co-authored with Rebecca Woodard, Nathan Phillips, and Matthew Farber)

What’s Sarah reading and writing? October 2018

(I know it’s not quite October yet, but…)

While our work often manifests in the creation of digital spaces and technology-supported learning experiences, digital pedagogy is a scholarly endeavor. Here’s what I’m currently reading and writing to inform my thinking.

 

What’s Sarah reading?

How to build an ethical online course, by Jesse Stommel in An Urgency of Teachers

 

What’s Sarah writing?

Examining college students’ uptake of Facebook through the lens of domestication theory

What’s Sarah reading and writing?

While our work often manifests in the creation of digital spaces and technology-supported learning experiences, digital pedagogy is a scholarly endeavor. Borrowing an idea from Cassie Brownell (@brownellcassie on Twitter), I put two clear folders on the window outside my office door, one titled What’s Sarah Reading? and the other, What’s Sarah Writing? Text on the folders invites passers-by to help themselves to copies of what I’m reading and writing that supports my thinking around digital pedagogy.

Then I thought to myself, wouldn’t it make sense to share this online, too?  🙂

 

What’s Sarah reading?

Where’s the Teacher? Defining the Role of Instructor Presence in Social Presence and Cognition in Online Learning by Cathy Barnes

 

What’s Sarah writing?

Reflection in Action: Using Inquiry Groups to Explore Critical Digital Literacy with Pre-service Teachers