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Conversations about critical digital pedagogy, hosted by Chris Friend. From the makers of Hybrid Pedagogy—a digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology. We interview authors, educators, and provocateurs who challenge us all to become better teachers and learners.
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Digital Writing Month launched in 2012 and ran in several subsequent iterations. DigiWriMo ildegan as a collaboration between Sean Michael Morris and Jesse Stommel but drew a community that shepherded and reshaped it over the years. The project spawned a peer-reviewed book chapter, the game Twitter vs. Zombies, a novel in a day, a poem with more than 50 authors, and more. This November we’re putting Digi (the event and the duck) to bed, and throughout the month, we’re republishing highlights on Hybrid Pedagogy.
I attended a funeral last month. I wanted to speak, but I couldn’t — not for the lump in my throat or the tears in my eyes or any of the affective, funereal reasons. No, I didn’t speak only because of logistics. When the officiant asked for volunteers to step forward and offer their remembrances, she made eye contact with That One Brave Soul who said before-hand that she would talk. Once she was at the podium, the speaker dazzled us by donning a feather boa and a festive costume hat (the deceased loved Halloween). The spea