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  • Digital Economy refers to an economy that is based on digital technologies
  • It’s part of us Wearable In our pockets all th etime
  • Technology can give a voice
  • Turkisk PM thinks"Social media is the worst menace 2 society Technology disrupts
  • And it change us
  • student at the centre
  • How do we provide that cultural capital

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  • The Digital economyLessons forstudents, tutors, and the University
  • Technology is part of us
  • Technology to give voice View slide
  • Technology disrupts! View slide
  • Different forms of communication
  • Engagement
  • Presentation
  • What does it mean forLearning and Teaching?
  • Maybe an opportunity to put sometheories into practice … differently?
  • Paulo Freire“Education must begin with the solution ofthe teacher-student contradiction, byreconciling the poles of the contradiction sothat both are simultaneously teachers andstudents ..”“An educator’s effort must coincidewith those of the students to engage incritical thinking and the quest formutual humanisation.”
  • Myles Horton,The long Haul“Any decent society has to bebuilt on trust and love and theintelligent use of informationand feelings. Education involvesbeing able to practice thosethings as you struggle to build adecent society...”
  • Septima Clark
  • We take for granted that studentsare digital literate…
  • Are they always?
  • DigitalvisitorsvsDigitalResidents?
  • Social and Cultural Capitalplay a major role!
  • “To possess the machines, [they]only need economic capital; toappropriate them and use them inaccordance with their specificpurpose [they] must have accessto embodied cultural capital,either in person or by proxy”Pierre Bourdieu
  • What role do we (and institutions) play in‘developing’ that cultural capital
  • What new literacies?
  • Digital literacies defines those who exhibit a criticalunderstanding and capability for living, learning, andworking in the digital society. Kerrigan and Walker, 2013
  • https://sites.google.com/site/dlframework/the5resourcesframeworkJuliet Hinrichsen&Antony CoombsUniversity of Greenwich
  • CurriculumInnovationat Southampton University
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