Equity Unbound (#unboundeq), is an equity-focused, open, connected, intercultural curriculum that builds critical digital literacies in a global context, highlighting issues of web representation, digital colonialism and safety/security risks. Educators from Egypt, Ireland and US developed this with the motto “the only way to make borders meaningless is to keep insisting on crossing them” (Lina Mounzer). Participants will engage with the question, “what does equity mean for the open web?” and we will curate written and/or multimodal responses online. We also encourage participants to experience some of the online activities we have developed, including: collaborative annotation using Hypothes.is, social network conversations, Wikipedia edit-a-thon, collaborative multimedia making and creating new learning activities (inspired by DS106).
This is a Gallery session.