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What is DigCiz

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

Digciz Schedule

Sorry - No DigCiz events planned right now. But click here to see past schedules.

Resources

This is a list we have been compiling since starting the #digciz conversations. If you have something to add please let us know!

DigCiz Blog

Our latest thinking, event announcements, and more

Latest Blog

#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,...

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...

"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...

Teargas action during Gezi park protests. Events of June 15, 2013

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...

#DigCiz June 2017 Week 2

Image CC0 Public Domain Obtained from Pixabay fireworks beijing china olympics Well week one of #DigCiz is over. Mia Zamora and Bonnie Stewart – wow! We had #4wordstories, sync video conversation,...

#DigCiz June 2017 Week 1

Image: by Billy Grace Ward “Alone” https://www.flickr.com/photos/wwward0/34320217582/ Mia Zamora and Bonnie Stewart have started us off on the first week of collaboratively thinking and talking about digital citizenship. Mia introduced the...

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