Why should I? Making Connections

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Abstract

A provocation presentation that aimed to provoke reflections on why it is increasingly crucial to be actively connecting and connected through online communities and networks. How these practices can/do impact upon all facets of thinking & futures within and beyond Higher Education. The presentation was composed of a series of Tweets published on Twitter over a 15 minute timespan, followed by 10 minutes for audience questions. Each fo the Tweets was accompanied by either an image, newly created digital collages or gifs to further illustrate the discussion, and links to related writings/documents etc.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Jul 2019
EventMaking Connections
HUMANITIES COMMONS TWITTER CONFERENCE 2019
- online
Duration: 19 Jul 201919 Jul 2019
https://conference.hcommons.org/schedule/

Conference

ConferenceMaking Connections
HUMANITIES COMMONS TWITTER CONFERENCE 2019
Abbreviated title#HCTWITTERCONF19
Period19/07/1919/07/19
Internet address

Keywords

  • Well-being
  • Self care
  • Humanities
  • fake news
  • Future proofing
  • future planning
  • post-truth
  • manifesto
  • humanising
  • arts emergency
  • Environment
  • student hardship
  • Digital
  • digital learning environment
  • physical learning environment
  • femedtech
  • edtech
  • social awareness
  • edu vision
  • feminism
  • sexism
  • climate crisis
  • playbour
  • inclusion
  • Equity
  • Equality

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