Justice Story Culture/Art Private Public


Ann Hamilton the Event of a Thread Exhibition: by AFS USA [CC BY 2.0] https://flic.kr/p/dAv8De

Story: by David Bleasdale [CC BY 2.0] https://flic.kr/p/pk3p7y

Private: by Ben O’Bryan [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] https://flic.kr/p/5P9mLP

Public: by Sam Reed [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] https://flic.kr/p/apSqDQ

What is DigCiz

DigCiz is a conversation centered around questions of persons, environments, and shared experience as they relate to ideas of Digital Citizenship.

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Care during COVID-19

Image attribution: DaiRut Sundi Richard and Autumm Caines Can we talk about a new modality? There are a lot of terms being used right now as almost all institutions of...

The Weaponization of Care

Cross posted on the OER20 news site This year’s conference theme for OER20 is around The Care in Openness and asks “in the age of data surveillance and significant risk...

What Do We Owe Students When We Collect Their Data – a response

This post was originally published on Autumm Caines’ blog Is a Liminal Space on October 28th, 2018 in response to the #DigCiz call What Do We Owe Students When We Collect...

#DigCiz – Call for Engagement: What do we owe students when we collect their data?

For several years now many of us have been questioning ideas around digital citizenship in an open online conversation using #DigCiz. We have blogged and tweeted, held online video conversations,...

"Blue Sky Twitter"

When We Say “Slow Chat” We Mean It: Twitter and Tear Gas, Round 2

Several of us have discovered that “One does not simply walk into #digped.” A couple of weeks after the 2017 Digital Pedagogy Lab Institute in Fredericksburg, Virginia, I have yet...

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Twitter and Tear Gas: Let’s Have a Book Chat!

Join us on Saturday, August 5th, at 10am PDT/12pm CDT to begin an informal “slow Twitter chat” about Zeynep Tufekci’s new book, Twitter and Tear Gas: The Power and Fragility...

Live Annotation of Slack Privacy Policy #digciz

Image: rawpixel.com Here’s another burst extending from the June 2017 #digciz convos. The discussion on data and privacy via Kristen Eshleman and Bill Fitzgerald led to some talk about how...

#DigCiz June 2017 – a wrap up

Image: CC BY-ND 2.0 https://flic.kr/p/qVYwTr Autumm Says, “Hey Sundi – want to meet up at our spot and talk some DigCiz?” Sundi replies “Hi Autumm! Let’s meet at 7pm tonight? 🙂...

#DigCiz June 2017 Week 4 – Institutional IT & Digital Citizenship

By:Kristen Eshleman and Bill Fitzgerald   Image Credit: Matthew Henry For this week’s digital citizenship conversation, we are looking at the interactions that occur when people are working in systems designed and supported...

#digciz June 2017 Week 3 – A Conversation about Digital Hospitality

Image: CC0 Public Domain https://pixabay.com/en/tea-hot-cup-drink-cup-of-tea-1090672/ Week 2 of #digciz June 2017 is coming to and end. A big thanks to Katia Hildebrant and Alec Couros for facilitating a conversation that pushed beyond concepts...