All Good Things...
Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020 has been a surprising, complex, and deeply engaging event. Thanks to you, our first fully online gathering has been a tremendous success, and the work you've done this week has brought people together from around the globe—all in the interest of humanising education. It's frankly remarkable that 500 people from across 20 time zones has managed to form a supportive community in less than a week!
Before You Go...
For most of you, this weekend is yours to do with as you wish. There are bound to be discussions you haven't read, blog posts you want to revisit, open access resources still to explore. But this weekend is also a good time to make connections and to be sure you know how to stay in touch with one another (one great way to stay connected is to watch the #digped hashtag on Twitter).
Keep in mind: Ghost classroom sites and Discourse discussion forums will remain available indefinitely. If you have been granted access to post on your course's Ghost site, you will lose that access after the Lab closes on Sunday.
Also, please take some time to complete our feedback survey for the event. As you all know, this has been a highly experimental event, but one which has shown us the value of bringing the Lab to participants around the globe. In order to continue that going forward, and to make it even better, your feedback is essential.
Come Back Soon!
The next Digital Pedagogy Lab event will take place 2-6 August 2021 on the CU Denver campus in downtown Denver, Colorado! Registration will open later this Fall, and the full lineup of teachers, fellows, keynotes, courses, and workshops will be announced soon. While we are planning (hoping) to host the event on-ground, we are also planning a concurrent online event which will be available to those who cannot or do not wish to travel to Denver.
We are thrilled to announce the publication of Critical Digital Pedagogy: A Collection!
Since 2011, Hybrid Pedagogy has published over 400 articles from more than 200 authors focused in and around the emerging field of critical digital pedagogy. A selection of those articles are gathered in a new edited collection, the first peer-reviewed book centered on the theory and practice of critical digital pedagogy. The book has 36 chapters from 40 contributors. Below is the introduction.
All proceeds from the book benefit the work of the Hybrid Pedagogy501(c)(3) non-profit organization. This journal runs entirely on the volunteer efforts of its dedicated writers, editors, and directors. To support our work, please consider purchasing a copy of Critical Digital Pedagogy: A Collection in paperback or kindle. There is also an open-access pay what you can version. You can donate here if you are able.