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“We’re Not Ideologically Neutral” Using Open-Access Journals for Community/Advocacy

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This presentation expands directly upon Maurer’s “give voice to SoTL” charge by addressing how journals can be used to disseminate, popularize, and even shape the thinking within an interdisciplinary field of research. I will argue that journals have an obligation to give voice to the oppressed. And while we don’t often think of SoTL as being oppressed per se, I will show how scholarly advocacy—specifically in online, open-access venues—is vital to the growth and survival of the discipline. Issues of access, gatekeeping, advocacy, community-building, and scholarly rigor will be discussed, positioning SoTL as perfect material for online academic publication and open-access journals as the perfect means of preserving and developing the field.

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“We’re Not Ideologically Neutral” Using Open-Access Journals for Community/Advocacy

  1. 1. “WE’RE NOT IDEOLOGICALLY NEUTRAL” USING OPEN-ACCESS JOURNALS FOR COMMUNITY/ADVOCACY CHRIS FRIEND | CHRIS@HYBRIDPEDAGOGY.ORG | @CHRIS_FRIEND Ƅ SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY | HYBRID PEDAGOGY |  HYBRIDPOD Follow along on your own device! http://bit.ly/friend-sotl-2017
  2. 2. “GIVE VOICE TO SOTL” —TRENT MAURER, SOTL COMMONS 2016 Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend
  3. 3. COMMON APPROACH OPEN-ACCESS JOURNAL ARCHIVING 
 ASSIGNMENT IDEAS AND/OR TOOL USE Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Thou shalt obey the Empire” from leg0fenris cbnd
  4. 4. ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TAKE AN IDEOLOGICAL STANCE. PROMOTE SOCIAL JUSTICE. ADVOCATE FOR STUDENTS. Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “The uprising” from 55Laney69; cbn
  5. 5. “THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A NEUTRAL EDUCATIONAL PROCESS.”  —PAULO FREIRE, PEDAGOGY OF THE OPPRESSED Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend
  6. 6. POLITICIZING CRITICAL DIGITAL PEDAGOGY Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Resistance” by Julien Sanine; cbnd
  7. 7. ACCESS BEING ABLE TO PUBLISH, 
 BEING ABLE TO PUT YOUR WORK OUT, 
 BEING ABLE TO CONNECT WITH THE SCHOLARS —ROBIN DEROSA,“ACCESS” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Reaching out” by Nalini Prasanna; cbnd
  8. 8. “Our student-created textbook was turning into a cacophonous, heteroglossic tapestry of voices talking to each other about the literature” —Robin DeRosa,“My OpenTextbook: Pedagogy and Practice” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend
  9. 9. GATEKEEPING “SOCIAL MEDIA HAS CREATED A NEW FORM OF POST-PUBLICATION PEER REVIEW” —LEILA WALKER,“BEYOND ACADEMIC TWITTER: SOCIAL MEDIA AND THE EVOLUTION OF SCHOLARLY PUBLICATION” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Conversation” by Annabelle Shemer; cbnd
  10. 10. RIGOR “We are, when we are at our best, meant to unsettle assumptions, to reorganize our ideas of agency, and to push the boundaries of what is possible in a connected learning environment.” —Jesse Stommel, Pete Roarabaugh, & Sean Michael Morris,“Beyond Rigor” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Bubbles” by Jeff Kubina; cbs
  11. 11. PLAY “IF I STOPPED THINKING OF [LIFE] AS AN ADVENTURE, I’D GET OVERWHELMED AND FREAKED OUT.” —KYLE STEDMAN,“PLAY IN EDUCATION” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Ha Ha Ha!!!” by Helen Haden; cbn
  12. 12. BUILDING COMMUNITY “WE IN THE PROCESS ARE A FELLOWSHIP, 
 ALL EDITORS, ALL WRITERS.” —SEAN MICHAEL MORRIS,“COLLABORATIVE PEER REVIEW” Chris Friend | @chris_friend | “Loki assists the gods, and sometimes causes problems for them.” by MythicSeabass; cb
  13. 13. “NOW THAT I AM A ‘GATEKEEPER’, I FIND THAT AUTHORITY REQUIRES GENEROSITY.” —SEAN MICHAEL MORRIS,“COLLABORATIVE PEER REVIEW: 
 GATHERING THE ACADEMY’S ORPHANS” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend
  14. 14. ADVOCACY “I created a deafening silence, a vacuum that tugged on everything around it and demanded attention by its absence.” —“Finding myVoice as a MinorityTeacher” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Roaring lion” byTambakoThe Jaguar; cb
  15. 15. DIRECTORS: AMPLIFY. “WE AMPLIFY SILENCED VOICES BY LISTENING. BY MAKING SPACE FOR THEM TO SPEAK. NOT SAFE SPACE, NECESSARILY, DARING SPACE. BECAUSE IT’S NEVER SAFE TO SPEAK.” —SEAN MICHAEL MORRIS,“NOT ENOUGH VOICES” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “Projected Sound Speaker” by Nicholas Erwin; cbn
  16. 16. REVIEWERS: 
 BE WRITING TEACHERS. BE ADVOCATES. Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “gaping maw” by Fio; cb
  17. 17. “THIS TYPE OF RELATIONSHIP IS ONLY POSSIBLE IN A SPACE OF LOVE, FROM WHICH WE STRIVE TO UNDERSTAND OTHERS, WHAT THEY ARE TRYING TO SAY, AND SUPPORT THEM IN THEIR SEARCH.” —ADAM HEIDEBRINK-BRUNO,ALEXANDER FINK, CHRIS FRIEND, KRIS SHAFFER, 
 MARISOL BRITO, ROBIN WHARTON, ROLIN MOE AND VALERIE ROBIN: 
 “LOVE IN THE TIME OF PEER REVIEW” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend
  18. 18. AUTHORS: MAKE SOTL IDEOLOGICAL; GIVE IT VOICE. Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend | “abstracted” by Fio; cbn
  19. 19. READERS LOOK FOR A STRONG VOICE FROM AUTHORS OR GET EMOTIONAL OVER A TEXT THAT SPEAKS TO THEM —“GIVING VOICE TO WRITTEN WORDS” Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend
  20. 20. OUR ONGOING CONVERSATIONS Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend THE SCHOLARLY & THE DIGITAL CRITICAL DIGITAL PEDAGOGY PREPARING GRAD STUDENTS THE PURPOSE OF EDUCATION PEDAGOGICAL ALTERITY DIALOGUE: K-12 & POSTSECONDARY THE PROBLEM OF CONTINGENCY POLITICIZING CRITICAL DIGPED
  21. 21. THANK YOU. (LET’S CHAT!) Chris Friend | chris@hybridpedagogy.org | @chris_friend

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