This blog is designed as a resource for CURR 501, Media Literacy, Popular Culture and Education at Rhode Island College, summer 2015. The course is driven by the essential question: How is new media and digital culture produced and consumed in ways that help us understand ourselves and each other in the context of the current educational landscape?

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Notes on Kelly Reed


All of the resources Kelly talked about:

It's not really about the TECHNOLOGY:
"Used purposefully, technology/media has the potential to help students "reposition themselves, from cogs in the machine to social actors intent on jamming, resisting, and/or rewriting the status quo" "(Marshall and Sensoy, Rethinking Popular Culture and Media 11).  

Sometimes we confuse compliance with engagement

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