Technologies of Possibility Digital Identity, Community, and Personal Domains in the ClassroomMartha Burtis, University of Mary Washington @mburtis | wrapping.marthaburtis.net
• Supports faculty in the effective and appropriate use of technology• Consults . . .on the identification and implementation of appropriate technology and instructional strategies to meet student learning outcomes• [responsible for] designing effective, quality instruction for technology- enabled learning environments• [has a] proven track record in. . .developing quality solutions• Provides expert advice on effective and efficient online teaching practices• Manages relationships with external vendors involved in the production and delivery of courses• design, develop, and evaluate instructionally effective technology- enhanced strategies
3. Openness I read [Amanda’s paper] and burst into tears. I’ve been writingnow for 25 years or so, and have had reviews in the New YorkTimes, Village Voice, Boston Globe, Publisher’s Weekly, andblurbs from famous writers and editors who say my stuff is great,etc., but this was the first time I cried reading somethingsomebody wrote about my fiction. I think it has something to dowith the no-nonsense connections Amanda has made with what Iwrite and the way people with developmental disabilities areperceived and relegated. It also has something to do with hersympathetic yet strategic way of reading my story. There’s amoral code Amanda is targeting and she finds it in my work: whatan incredible gift to me as a writer.