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Digital Learning as a Tool for Social Justice - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Jeppesen (WMU)
29:37
Hello from Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan! Amanda Jeppesen from Career and Student Employment Services.
Marcia Dority Baker
29:40
Hello from Lincoln, NE. Looking forward to this session!
Leah Howell
29:43
Good afternoon - My name is Leah Howell, joining you from Everspring. Also in Chicago!!
Katrina (she/her)
29:57
Hi all - Katrina Wehr Gould, joining from State College Pa. I’m an instructional designer at Penn State.
Tech Support, Jason Martin
30:19
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EDUCAUSE Host, Jamie Farrell (she, her, hers)
30:20
@Leah Hi neighbor!
Laura Widenor (she/her)
30:27
Hi everyone, Laura Widenor, Instructional Design Consultant for Boise State University
Tech Support, Jason Martin
30:39
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Paula Kaplan
30:42
Hi! Paula Kaplan, CPACC, Instructional Designer at Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN.
Brian K. Marchman - UF
30:59
Good afternoon! Brian Marchman, Asst. Provost & Director, University of Florida Office of Distance Learning
Penelope Adams Moon
31:02
Good morning! Penelope Moon, Director of Digital Learning and Engagement, University of Washington (Bothell)
Elizabeth Vu
31:06
Hi all! Elizabeth Vu, Director of Distance Ed for the College of Arts and Sciences at OSU, as well as faculty teaching about social justice and systemic injustice in the Department of Comparative Studies. Looking forward to this!
Tech Support, Jason Martin
31:16
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Laura B. Fogle (she,her)
31:53
Hi! Laura Fogle, Assistant Director of METRC at NC State University's College of Education in Raleigh, NC.
Christine Rybak
32:25
Hello! Christine Rybak from UW-Madison (WI) Division of Extension, Teaching and Learning Specialist.
Eva Figueroa Morales
33:07
Hello! Eva Figueroa, Instructional Designer at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA.
Tonya Bennett (she/her)
33:18
Hi Tonya Bennett, from UPenn in Philly
Kathe Pelletier | EDUCAUSE
34:01
Welcome, everyone!
EDUCAUSE Host, Jamie Farrell (she, her, hers)
34:22
Thank you everyone for joining us today! Be sure to select "Panelists and Attendees" from the chat dropdown to engage with everyone.
Colleen Falconer - CWU
35:08
Colleen Falconer, Institutional Effectiveness Interim Director, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA
EDUCAUSE Host, Jamie Farrell (she, her, hers)
35:21
Feel free to ask questions throughout the session and we'll save them until the end. If you'd like to submit questions anonymously, please use the Q&A pod.
Shelley Wells
35:56
Good afternoon everyone. Shelley Wells, Workday Communication and Change Management, from The University of Tampa!
Patrick Emery
40:41
8
Sandra Beyda-Lorie
40:41
10
Amanda Jeppesen (WMU)
40:42
12
Colleen Falconer - CWU
40:42
3
Laura Widenor (she/her)
40:43
10
Jen Rider (she, hers)
40:43
8
Christine Rybak
40:43
8
Eva Figueroa Morales
40:44
7
Laura B. Fogle (she,her)
40:44
8
Shelli Wynants
40:46
6
Mary-Ellen Kreher
40:46
8
Sarah Risi
40:47
12
Jeffrey Bell
40:48
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Apurva Mehta
40:48
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Brian K. Marchman - UF
40:49
14
Anna Cardenas
40:49
6
Joachim Voss
40:49
2
Aurora Velasco (she/her/hers)
40:50
7
Elizabeth Vu
40:50
+1
Katrina Flachsbarth
40:51
-2
alison.marcoff
40:51
11
Kelli Simpson (she/her/hers)
40:52
8
Paula Kaplan
40:52
2
Shelley Wells
40:53
7
Parm Gill
40:54
8
Diane Grayson
40:55
8
Nicole Wilson
40:55
6
Joe G (he/him/his)
40:55
11
Emily Baker
40:55
9
Halah Mohammed
40:57
1
Samantha C
40:57
+7
Mary Beth Harrity (she/her)
40:58
10
Karen Lehmann
41:00
9
Rebecca Olson
41:00
3
Paul Schantz (he/him/his) | CSUN
41:07
11
Diana Maratta, Ms
41:08
column 2 minus column 1?
Kathleen Odigé
41:08
-1
Tech Support, Jason Martin
41:21
As a reminder, be sure to select “Panelists and Attendees” in the chat dropdown to engage with everyone.
Diana Maratta, Ms
41:24
-2
Lauren Kleitz
41:29
7
Paula Kaplan
41:30
Column 1 minus column 2
Cid Pearlman (she/they)
41:30
4
Bryan Blakeley
41:30
4
Sarah Reiwitch
41:34
4 points total
Laura Widenor (she/her)
41:34
No column 1 minus 2 so if 2 is larger you would have a negative number
Kate MacInnes
41:35
10
Jennifer Spohrer
41:37
9
Sue Morgan
41:38
6
Joyclyn Dunham
41:45
-3
Angela Greco (she/her)
41:52
6
Halah Mohammed
42:07
Correction: -1
Melanie Sucha (she/her)
42:20
7
Laura Widenor (she/her)
42:23
thank you Jessica, this is a great way to acknowledge the diversity of experiences
Sarah Reiwitch
42:38
Really great exercise. Thank you!
Shelley Wells
42:53
Agree, great simple and 'telling' exercise
Jamie Stanfield
46:58
That remains a huge problem in higher ed today
Jamie Stanfield
47:17
Most are required to do all work in English in most classes
Diane Grayson
50:48
"Coded Bias" is a wonderful documentary that highlights the racial and gender biases in computer coding and AI.
Paul Schantz (he/him/his) | CSUN
51:32
☝🏻this @Diane
Laura B. Fogle (she,her)
58:54
Digital equity (equitable access to devices, Internet and digital literacy) is a very important part of how we can bridge the gap for marginalized students and think about designing a more equitable system.
Kathe Pelletier | EDUCAUSE
01:01:55
In case you’re interested in the guide Jessica mentioned: https://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/resources/getting-started-with-equity-a-guide-for-academic-department-leaders/
Tech Support, Jason Martin
01:02:48
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Sarah Risi
01:03:56
We are offering faculty training using the Peralta Community College online equity rubric, it has been well received.
Kathe Pelletier | EDUCAUSE
01:05:00
Feel free to share questions in the Q&A pod, and we’ll collect them for Jessica at the end of the presentation
Sandra Beyda-Lorie
01:05:50
Indeed, these are deficit-based and not asset-based.
Don Michael Jr
01:07:23
Time can be used as a tool to promote racism in academia. Slowing down the process of justice with analysis paralysis which ultimately causes digital redlining.
Andrea Compton
01:07:33
Can someone share again the name of the book that Jessica just mentioned and recommended?
Kelli Simpson (she/her/hers)
01:08:18
https://www.amazon.com/Want-More-Than-Survive-Abolitionist/dp/0807069159
Kelli Simpson (she/her/hers)
01:08:28
We want to do more than survive
Andrea Compton
01:08:35
Thank you.
Elizabeth Vu
01:08:57
https://bettinalove.com/
Sandra Beyda-Lorie
01:09:13
Please name that playbook again.
Kathe Pelletier | EDUCAUSE
01:09:17
We’ll share all of the resources Jessica is noting at the close of the webinar
Kathe Pelletier | EDUCAUSE
01:09:27
(So they don’t get lost in the chat! :)
Halah Mohammed
01:09:47
Thank you @Kathe
Don Michael Jr
01:10:18
Is this the correct playbook? https://www.everylearnereverywhere.org/resources/faculty-playbook/
Kathe Pelletier | EDUCAUSE
01:10:32
That’s the one, Don!
Don Michael Jr
01:13:08
Yes. By the forth grade young boys leadership skills are worn down in our public schools.
Don Michael Jr
01:13:45
https://www.thriftbooks.com/w/countering-the-conspiracy-to-destroy-black-boys-vol-i_jawanza-kunjufu/3252878/item/3907278/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw5auGBhDEARIsAFyNm9HRUS9Dn9FnXgnZWcs4YT8rLNWv6bh_BqSxrNIxikuhq3EKt1AXbE8aAs01EALw_wcB#idiq=3907278&edition=1574010
Sandra Beyda-Lorie
01:15:27
Thanks for a wonderful presentation!
Angela Greco (she/her)
01:15:39
Thank you so much!
EDUCAUSE Host, Jamie Farrell (she, her, hers)
01:15:44
If you have questions for Jessica, please feel free to write them here in chat or use the Q&A pod.
Darlene A Smucny
01:15:51
thank you.
Sarah Reiwitch
01:15:59
Wow, this was such a great presentation! Thanks so much, Jessica!
Brian K. Marchman - UF
01:16:00
Thank you, Dr. Williams!
Sarah Risi
01:16:12
awesome and I will share much of this at my college!
Sarah Reiwitch
01:16:13
Dr. Williams, I mean.
Amanda Jeppesen (WMU)
01:16:15
Thank you, Dr. Williams!
Halah Mohammed
01:16:28
This was an informative presentation @DrWilliams
Leah Howell
01:16:33
This was INCREDIBLE! Your work is so important. Thank you for your time and talent.
Susan Gilroy
01:16:39
Excellent, thought-provoking talk. Thank you.
Shelli Wynants
01:16:55
Thanks, Dr. Williams for beneficial info!
Tracy T Wilson
01:17:08
Thank you, Dr. Williams.
Kate MacInnes
01:17:21
This was deeply thought-provoking. Thank you.
Tech Support, Jason Martin
01:17:53
We appreciate your feedback! As we near the end of the session, please take note of our brief session evaluation and fill it out before leaving the online room today: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6396270/web2107
Joachim Voss
01:19:07
How do you know to be effective with your efforts? Are there measures that leaders can use?
Joe G (he/him/his)
01:19:10
Anti-Racism Daily is a good resource. it's a daily mailing list
Paul Schantz (he/him/his) | CSUN
01:19:23
Day-to-day interactions of ordinary people make the difference. You don’t have to be the president or a “campus leader” to do this work.
Shelley Wells
01:19:36
Thank you very much. Great information and really appreciate the link to other content as well. Have a wonderful day. Shelley
Tech Support, Jason Martin
01:20:08
As a reminder, be sure to select “Panelists and Attendees” in the chat dropdown to engage with everyone.
Halah Mohammed
01:21:27
Thank you!
Paul Schantz (he/him/his) | CSUN
01:21:44
Great presentation! ❤️
Kathe Pelletier | EDUCAUSE
01:21:50
https://onehe.org/equity-unbound/
LaTonya Motley
01:24:13
Thank you for this informative presentation. I appreciate the resources and recommendations. It was inspiring to hear your reflections.
Aurora Velasco (she/her/hers)
01:25:13
Wonderful presentation. Thank you, Dr. Williams for this information!
Mary-Ellen Kreher
01:25:33
Thanks so much Dr. Williams. Great discussion and resources!
Joachim Voss
01:26:20
On a survey what is your suggestion to be safe but also allow for the honesty you talk about.
Diane Grayson
01:31:36
There are nice digital tools for collecting views, e.g. padlet.
Laura B. Fogle (she,her)
01:31:48
Thank you so much for this webinar!
Paula Kaplan
01:31:55
Thank you very much!
Sandra Beyda-Lorie
01:32:00
Thank you so much.
Tech Support, Jason Martin
01:32:04
Thank you for your participation! Before leaving, please don’t forget to fill out our evaluation: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6396270/web2107Recordings and resources from this session will be available on the on the EDUCAUSE event archive page:https://events.educause.edu/webinar/2021/digital-learning-as-a-tool-for-social-justiceOur next EDUCAUSE Webinar entitled, “IT Spending and Staffing: From Pandemic to Post-Pandemic” will be held on July 22 at 1pm ET.
Sarah Reiwitch
01:32:06
Thank you, Dr. Williams. I’m grateful to learn from you.
Elizabeth Vu
01:32:14
Thank you.
Christine Rybak
01:32:15
Many thanks to you Dr. Williams and Educause!