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    • Educational Intent
      Information Technology and the reclamation of dialog for extension work
    • “Extension work is not exhortation. Nor is it exploitation of the people, or advertising of an institution, or publicity work for securing students. It is a plain, earnest, and continuous effort to meet the needs of the people on their own farms and in the localities.” L. H. Bailey
      "Schools of Philosophy for Farmers“
      Yearbook of Agriculture, 1940
      Historical precedent
    • Impact of funding, sources of funding, on who has a “seat at the table” or voice.
      Possibility of IT as exclusionary and anti-dialogical
      Constrained Budgets, Narrowing Discourse
    • “Washing one's hands of the conflict between the powerful and the powerless means to side with the powerful, not to be neutral. “ Paulo Freire
      Is any educational activity ever “neutral”?
      Questioning Neutrality
    • Information provision vs. education, what distinguishes them?
      Technology impacts , and alters, ways of knowing and learning.
      Know where you are, where you stand and what you will risk
      Educational Intent
    • ICT offering pathway to reclaim dialog, hear voices
      Unintended consequences – “just google it”
      The digital divide – alive and well…let’s not make it worse. (addressing inequity in access and ability – digital literacy)
      Technology and Reclamation
    • Digital literacies
      Multicultural literacies
      Negotiating difference, facilitating dialog
      The literacies of ICT and dialog
    • Facilitation of learning and educator as teacher/learner
      Continual reflection, re-appraisal
      Risks and rewards
      Letting go - redefining
    • Skillful, and appropriate, use of IT can open new spaces for dialog, exchange and learning
      For the teacher/learner new skills, experimentation and risk taking are needed to harness IT.
      Engaging IT for transformation
    • A kind of courage
      Deep literacy
      Networks of support
      mentors
      What is needed now?