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Digital Studies Institute Workshop Series: Recognizing and Reducing Student Instability

Remote Teaching in the Humanities and Critical Social Sciences
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
3:30-5:00 PM
Off Campus Location
John Cheney-Lippold and Megan Rim outline students' varying access to online learning, offering methods for structuring discussions of the persistent inequities the pandemic brings to the fore.

Cheney-Lippold is an associate professor of American Culture who teaches and writes on the relationship between digital media, identity, and the concept of privacy.

Rim is a PhD Candidate in American Culture who researches race, digital technologies, and surveillance and taught the Spring semester course “Life Under Surveillance in the Digital Age”

Register here to join via Zoom Videoconferencing: https://forms.gle/45XzAcPiirZ6WAf97
Building: Off Campus Location
Location: BlueJeans Videoconferencing
Event Type: Workshop / Seminar
Tags: digital, Digital Culture, Digital Cultures, digital humanities, Digital Media, Digital Studies, Digital Studies Institute, digital technology, digitalization, digitization
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Digital Studies Institute

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