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  1. Teaching digital reading

    How can we best read in the digital world? How can we teach students to read digitally most effectively?

    On July 29th we’ll explore these important questions as we meet with Dr. Jenae Cohn, director of academic technology at California State University-Sacramento, and author of the new book Skim, Dive, Surface: Teaching Digital Reading. https://www.jenaecohn.net/ https://wvupressonline.com/node/865 ///

    The Future Trends Forum is a weekly discussion event created and hosted by Bryan Alexander. Since 2016 we have addressed the most powerful forces of change in academia. Each week, this video chat brings together practitioners in the field to share their most recent work and experience in education and technology. The intent of the Forum: to advance the discussion around the pressing issues at the crossroads of education and technology. http://forum.futureofeducation.us/

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NpJ1yvpYac&list=PLlcx8yl6hlPC3QjlbIHzxGqCP3qRa0zcg&index=1
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    Tagged with education

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  2. I’m Overwhelmed!: How We Help Online Learners Manage their Reading and Research in Online Classes

    In online learning environments, students are navigating a lot of information. From the infrastructure of the online class itself to the content that students are asked to read, we need to acknowledge the importance of supporting students in adjusting to key differences involved in reading and researching online. Even under face-to-face teaching circumstances, students often feel overwhelmed when trying to find information from their online research, but that feeling can be compounded as we move to fully remote environments and all information that students need to learn must be navigated online. What are some ways to reduce these feelings of being overwhelmed? And how do we help students not only feel like their reading and research is more manageable, but also feel like they’re mastering and engaging with new concepts? In this session, we will engage in a conversation about helping online learners manage their reading and research in online classes. We will explore these ideas in the context of PowerNotes, a browser-based tool that helps students to curate material from across the Web and become stronger readers and researchers.

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKsCCGruCf8
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    Tagged with education

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  3. Ep 43: Sara Hendren

    Sara Hendren is an artist, design researcher, writer, and professor at Olin College of Engineering.

    “Disability knocks at the foundations of individualism […] If needfulness is actually universal, and if slowness is also part of life, and if dependence is partly what makes us human, that actually changes everything in terms of our ideas about the social contract […] The giving and receiving of care is in all of our lives; I think we really do want a world where care is part of the landscape of existence.”

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/scaffoldpodcast/ep-43-sara-hendren
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  4. PFF Podcast | Episode 02

    Sara Hendren is an artist, designer, and writer who teaches design for disability at Olin College of Engineering. On this episode of the PFF Podcast, Sara discusses some of the key arguments of her forthcoming book, What Can a Body Do? How We Meet the Built World, from the affordances of ordinary objects such as ramps to how disability opens up new perspectives on the design of cities and the built environment. Learn more about Sara’s book here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/561049/what-can-a-body-do-by-sara-hendren/.


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  5. Episode 29: Disability and Social-Minded Design

    Yes, design takes craft, but it also requires deeply observing and questioning the world around you, engaging communities, and maybe even using guerilla tactics. Enter: Sara Hendren– artist, design researcher, writer, professor at Olin College of Engineering and all-around badass. Much of Sara’s work focuses on assistive and adaptive technologies, as well as disability rights and advocacy.

    Our penultimate episode of season 3 explores the intersection of design, disability and accessibility. Join Miya and Tina as Sara explains the origins of her Accessibility Icon Project, unpacks considering disability as a social model versus a medical model, and shares her belief that “design has it’s best work when it’s poking on the status quo.”

    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/yahnopodcast/episode-29-disability-and-social-minded-design
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/ on Tue May 4 18:09:40 2021 Available for 30 days after download

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  6. Designing For Disability Helps Everybody by KERA’s Think | Podchaser

    Designing For Disability Helps Everybody from KERA’s Think on Podchaser, aired Wednesday, 26th August 2020.

    Prosthetics are feats of engineering that some people opt for to live fuller lives. So what if we put that same know-how into adapting our physical world to better serve all people? Sara Hend…


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