Plurilingualism and the Digital

The unconscious bias toward the monolingual and against the plurilingual is very much present in the digital realm. It has been frustrating to me as a language pedagogue that, at least at this moment in the development of digital tools such as WordPress, the screen serves to limit rather than amplify human plurilingualism.

Notes from the Road: Digital Pedagogy Lab 2017

This week, I have the decided honor of attending, along with my colleagues Amy Collier and Sean Michael Morris from...

Summer Intern Update

Hello from the ODL summer interns Hi! Hola! Wah gwan!! With the language schools and summer programs starting, excitement is...

Tech Prep for the Language Schools

Summer is fast upon us and soon our campuses will be teeming with language learners and teachers from all over...

Discussion Forum 2.0: A Workshop in the Wilson Media Lab

Join us on Thursday, April 6 at 1:30PM Eastern for a special workshop in the Wilson Media Lab focused on...

The Digital Does Not Compute

“With much more persuasive power than the philosophy of even so radical a thinker as Dewey, the computer, in all...

Not the Next, Not the Best: the Digital in Context

Years ago when I chaired the English program at the Community Colleges of Colorado Online, one of my biggest challenges...

Tools, Teaching, and Annotation

It’s often very easy to conflate digital learning with digital tools, especially when we come upon a tool we really...

Levering Up a Google Search

This post was originally published by Mike Caulfield on his site on December 21, 2016. Mike Caulfield is the Director...

Digital Annotation for Learning and Scholarship

“A class is a process, an independent organism with its own goals and dynamics. It is always something more than...

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