A Scholarship of Generosity: a Hybrid Pedagogy Mixtape
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This is a collection of articles from Hybrid Pedagogy, a journal of digital and critical pedagogy, and online learning. The slides represent highlights from the journals first few years. The......

This is a collection of articles from Hybrid Pedagogy, a journal of digital and critical pedagogy, and online learning. The slides represent highlights from the journals first few years. The presentation this was made for focused on new approaches to scholarly writing, pedagogy, and publishing.

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  • 1. Photo by flickr user LearningLark A Scholarship of Generosity A Hybrid Pedagogy Mixtape
  • 2. “Play constitutes a new form of critical inquiry.” ~ Adeline Koh,The Political Power of Play Photo by nandadevieast
  • 3. “At this point, MOOCs are all untapped potential, mostly misunderstood and only potentially gangrenous.” ~ Jesse Stommel,The March of the MOOCs: Monstrous Open Online Courses Photo by kevin dooley
  • 4. “Asynchronous learning promotes deeper reflection...” ~ Maha Bali and Bard Meier,An Affinity for Asynchronous Learning Photo by gualtiero
  • 5. “What does it mean ... to engage in professional practices whose end is, at least in part, to ‘bend,’ ‘deform,’ or even ‘break’ the law?” ~ Robin Wharton, Bend Until It Breaks: Digital Humanities and Resistance Photo by Praline3001
  • 6. “To teach as myself, I must let my students see who I am.” ~ Chris Friend, Finding MyVoice as a Minority Teacher Photo by Tambako the Jaguar
  • 7. “As educators, we must do more than expect critical engagement from our students — we must model it in our efforts to change, modify, and adopt new learning practices.” ~ Adam Heidebrink, Cracking Open the Curriculum Photo by ap
  • 8. “New digital tools available to students have flung open the doors to creativity, imagination, and student-directed learning.” ~ Jonan Donaldson,The Maker Movement and the Rebirth of Constructionism Photo by seier+seier
  • 9. “If we scapegoat MOOCs for all the troubles in higher education, we’ll be left with no solutions, no progress, no innovation, and no change in the status quo...” ~ Cathy N. Davidson, 10 Things I’ve Learned (So Far) from Making a Meta-MOOC Photo by seier+seier
  • 10. “To listen for voices that have something to say, but which may not find purchase in traditional academic venues.” ~ Sean Michael Morris, Collaborative Peer Review: Gathering the Academy’s Orphans Photo by MythicSeabass
  • 11. “Why can’t I get equal pay for equal labor? And why is silence the norm?” ~ Tiffany Kraft,Adjunctification: Living in the Margins of Academe Photo by Hamed Saber
  • 12. “The PLN consists of relationships between individuals where the goal is enhancement of mutual learning.” ~ Alison Seaman, Personal Learning Networks: Knowledge Sharing as Democracy Photo by Wetsun
  • 13. “Scholarship is, by its nature, open source.” ~ Kris Shaffer, Open-source Scholarship Photo by drspam
  • 14. “The commitment to learners, to their exploration, their community, their authentic engagement, and their ultimate agency and empowerment, governs our work.” ~ Pete Rorabaugh, Occupy the Digital: Critical Pedagogy and New Media Photo by Bob Jagendorf
  • 15. “In digital space, everything we do is networked. Real thinking doesn’t (and can’t) happen in a vacuum.” ~ Pete Rorabaugh and Jesse Stommel,The Four NobleVirtues of Digital Media Citation Photo by mmechtley
  • 16. “What is the place for a student in a discussion about learning in the digital landscape?” ~ Matthew David Morris,A Letter from a Hybrid Student Photo by Éole
  • 17. “There’s nothing wrong with Blackboard, except in the way that there’s something wrong with all of it.” ~ Sean Michael Morris and Jesse Stommel, Hacking the Screwdriver: Instructure’s Canvas Photo by Stéfan
  • 18. “Essays quake and tremble at the digital.They weep in awe and fascination.And they throw themselves into the abyss.” ~ Sean Michael Morris, Digital Writing Uprising:Third-order Thinking in the Digital Humanities Photo by visualpanic
  • 19. “My academic identity most easily fits into a digital humanities notion of technology-infused writing, publishing, and pedagogy.” ~ Cheryl Ball, Editorial Pedagogy, pt. 1:A Professional Philosophy Photo by on1stsite
  • 20. “The openness of the internet is its most radical and pedagogically viable feature.” ~ Jesse Stommel, Online Learning: a Manifesto Photo by wvs
  • 21. “I’m often the one in a MOOC saying ‘C’mon folks, this is a different social contract! We can’t expect the teacher to be at the centre of everything!’” ~ Bonnie Stewart, How NOT to Teach Online:A Story in Two Parts Photo by ClickFlashPhotos
  • 22. “The narrative that education and technology have only recently intersected ignores decades of products and practices.” ~ Audrey Watters,The Early Days ofVideotaped Lectures Photo by Zsolt Halasi
  • 23. bit.ly/hybridmixtape Photo by anieto2k