Just before the holidays in December, this tweet came across my feed:
They basically had me at hello. I’ve long been a fan of the work Bonnie has done with academic digital networks and identity, as well as her work now on community-based digital literacy initiatives. But you can read more about this “pop-up” mooc, as well as sign up through Davidson Now, who are providing the infrastructure for the course.
In case you’re really not sure if you want to click to read, I’ll give you a pull-quote:
I’ve written about digital polarization, fake news, and teaching digital fluency skills here on ProfHacker, and I look forward to participating in this course, whose instructors include Mike Caulfield, Chris Gilliard, Kris Shaffer, and Zeynep Tufekci. It only runs for two weeks, from February 12-26, 2018, and it will certainly be an active and engaging mooc, which I am also excited about, to see how moocs can be done differently. I hope to “see” some of you there!
via Tumblr Pop-Up MOOC – Engagement in a Time of Polarization
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