Episode 19: Digital Literacy und Personalisierung

In Episode 19 geht’s vor allem um sog. “fake news” und die verschiedenen Antworten darauf, meist aus den Bereichen “digital literacy” oder “media literacy”. Unser Liebling: der Syllabus “Calling Bullshit in the Age of Big Data”.

Shownotes: docs.google.com/document/d/1NI7iH…/edit?usp=sharing

Was wir trinken:

Christian: Augustiner Helles

Markus: Augustiner Helles

Was wir gemacht haben

  • Markus: Urlaub! Aber trotzdem was gearbeitet
  • Christian:
    • Grippe
    • Workshop Urheberrecht & Creative Commons für Studis und Flüchtlinge
    • Einstellung Projektstelle civicOER
  • Beide: Workshop #OER17 angenommen

Was wir gelesen haben

  • Did Media Literacy Backfire?
  • Mike Caulfield: Yes, Digital Literacy. But Which One?
    • Bryan Alexander: It’s time to update our CRAAP detectors
      • “I’d like to offer one more point in addition to Caulfield’s, and it’s one that links to something I’m very passionate about: students as makers on the web. As far as I can tell, many information/digital literacy efforts assume students/users/patrons/researchers work in isolation. They consult the web and pick a site or document to use.”
  • Software soll Abschlüsse von Schülern vorhersagen – und verbessern
  • How the Pioneers of the MOOC Got It Wrong
  • Education in a post-truth world (PDF)
    • “In the era of post-truth it is not enough to revisit notions or theories of truth, accounts of ‘evidence,’ and forms of epistemic justification as a guide to truth, but we need to understand the broader epistemological and Orwellian implications of post-truth politics, science and education.”
    • Was folgt aber konkret daraus? Das alte Lied der Medienkompetenz? Oder besser Medienbildung? Vorschläge sind gerne willkommen :=)
  • Evgeny Morozov: Moral panic over fake news hides the real enemy – the digital giants
    • “The problem is not fake news but the speed and ease of its dissemination, and it exists primarily because today’s digital capitalism makes it extremely profitable – look at Google and Facebook – to produce and circulate false but click-worthy narratives.”
    • “The only solution to the problem of fake news that neither misdiagnoses the problem nor overpowers the elites is to completely rethink the fundamentals of digital capitalism. We need to make online advertising – and its destructive click-and-share drive – less central to how we live, work and communicate. At the same time, we need to delegate more decision-making power to citizens – rather than the easily corruptible experts and venal corporations.”
    • Kommentar von Mike Caulfield Monopolistic Digital Capitalism and Its Discontents
  • Cathy Davidson: The Future of Education is Now
    • Zwischen Wirklichkeit in der Schule und außerhalb der Schule besteht ein Widerspruch (over-tested, over-standardized vs. aggregativ, wann- und wo-immer): “It [School] is over-tested, over-standardized, over-selective, over-disciplined, over-focused, intellectually restricted, bureaucratically overloaded, over-regulated, radically unequal, outcomes-based, and hyper-managerial. By contrast, students outside of school inhabit an interactive, post-Internet, anyone-with-a-webcan-can, gonzo, selfie-obsessed information free-for-all. It’s schizophrenic, as if neither world comprehends the other.”
    • “Eliot and his colleagues redesigned higher education for their world. Now it’s our turn. Mike Wesch and his K-State students are part of this mov ement to train active learners who don’t just fit into the status quo, they challenge it. That’s the future of higher education. Our mission cannot be just to train students to be “workforce ready” for work that no longer exists. They need to be world ready.”
  • Chris Friend / HypbridPed: ON ADVOCACY: HYBRID PEDAGOGY’S 2016 LIST OF LISTS
  • Carl Bergstrom & Jevin West: Syllabus – Calling Bullshit in the Age of Big Data

 

Was wir tun werden

  • Markus:
  • Christian: Besuch in Arnheim, Auftakt mögliche Zusammenarbeit mit Nishant Shah, Jonathan Worth & Claudia Caro

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