Bridging the New Digital Divide

Paul Chilsen
Chair, Communication &
Digital Media
Associate Professor
pchilsen@carthage.e...
Today
• Admittedly
little instruction
on how to
“mediate.”
• In a world
dominated by
screens, the
best way to
learn screen...
A Solution

Give people the simple skills they need
to more effectively engage.
Empower them to find their own
voice and l...
Frank Baker, 2011
Student Examples
Dr. Todd D. Kelley
Todd Kelley Introduction
Bridging the New Digital Divide
www.carthage.edu

www.rosebudinstitute.org
Paul Chilsen
Chair, Communication &
Digital Med...
Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide
Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide
Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide
Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide
Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide
Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide
Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide
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Christine Wells (speaker), Paul Chilsen (speaker), Todd Kelley (speaker), Lindsay Johnston (moderator)

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  • Introduction to ideas: Rosebud Institute, Carthage, promoting and actively teaching students and teachers digital media literacy through the creation of original screen media: films, ePortfolio websites This presentation: inspiring students to engage in learning by creating and managing an online presence.
  • Paul introduction:talk about the Rosebud, where it got its name, importance of film and creating original work
  • Talk about Digital Immigrants v. Digital Natives
  • Digital FilmmakingTeaches to: communicate more effectively, self assess more reflectively, thrive in a screen-based world. Benefits, Challenges
  • Christine introduction: Manyadults understand the concept of audience, consequences, and the importance of how we communicate online. With a world where students of increasingly younger ages contend with cyberbullying, Facebook and Instagram, pictures of varying levels of appropriateness… we need to understand that someone is always watching. What we communicate online is visible, has a potential audience.
  • The way we consume media and how often we are connected to a screen is constant. - Constant access to information (source validity?)- Constant connection to friends and the online world. (how well do you know your audience?)
  • Digital Immigrants = sometimes overwhelmed by the onslaught of technologyDigital Natives = being connected online socially is natural, less person to person connection feels okay
  • Developing a voice, importance of original work. You will understand not just by watching others, but by creating your own digital presence.
  • Question/Answer Session, contact information
  • Creating Screen Literacy: Bridging the New Digital Divide

    1. 1. Bridging the New Digital Divide Paul Chilsen Chair, Communication & Digital Media Associate Professor pchilsen@carthage.edu Christine R. Wells Adjunct Faculty, Education Dr. Todd D. Kelley Vice President for Library & Information Services cwells@carthage.edu tkelley@carthage.edu Lindsay Johnston Managing Director, IGI Global Moderator ljohnston@igi-global.com
    2. 2. Today • Admittedly little instruction on how to “mediate.” • In a world dominated by screens, the best way to learn screen media... • Is to make screen media.
    3. 3. A Solution Give people the simple skills they need to more effectively engage. Empower them to find their own voice and learn to create media in a culture dominated by the screen.
    4. 4. Frank Baker, 2011
    5. 5. Student Examples
    6. 6. Dr. Todd D. Kelley Todd Kelley Introduction
    7. 7. Bridging the New Digital Divide www.carthage.edu www.rosebudinstitute.org Paul Chilsen Chair, Communication & Digital Media Associate Professor pchilsen@carthage.edu Christine R. Wells Adjunct Faculty, Education Dr. Todd D. Kelley Vice President for Library & Information Services cwells@carthage.edu tkelley@carthage.edu Lindsay Johnston Managing Director, IGI Global Moderator ljohnston@igi-global.com
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