By Scott L. Crabill, D. Butin
As greater schooling is disrupted by way of know-how and happens much less and no more on campus, what does significant neighborhood engagement appear like? How can it proceed to complement studying? In neighborhood Engagement 2.0? , Crabill and Butin convene a discussion: 5 writers set out theoretical and sensible issues, 5 extra speak about the problems raised.
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By photoshopping Pike into new contexts, spraying everyone from Jesus to Sesame Street’s Grover, internet users drew attention to Pike’s casual demeanor and inappropriate response to the situation. As internet scholar Andrew Peck (2012) argues, the Pepper-Spray Cop photoshops utilized humor and play to engage in political discourses and critiques. Photoshopped images, like the Pepper-Spray Cop, are another type of civic practice common online. In addition to blogs, online videos, and photoshops, there are many other digital forms of communication that can be deployed toward civic ends.
New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Campus Compact. (2000). Introduction to service-learning toolkit: readings and resources for faculty. Providence, RI: Campus Compact. Canada, M. (2001). The Internet in service-learning. New Directions for Higher Education, 114, 45–50. 0007 Serving Online Communities Coleman, S. (2008). Doing IT for themselves: management versus autonomy in youth e-citizenship. In L. ), Civic life online: learning how digital media can engage youth. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. , & Blumler, J.
0007 Serving Online Communities service-learning project with you or technology specialists to provide in-class software demonstrations for your students. Even with outstanding administrative support, bringing digital service-learning into the classroom will not be a simple plug-and-play case. Service-learning in the face-to-face classroom will not look exactly like service-learning in the online classroom. Digital service-learning requires instructors to engage online organizations that are loosely organized and informal and to teach students with varied technical skills.
Community Engagement 2.0?: Dialogues on the Future of the Civic in the Disrupted University by Scott L. Crabill, D. Butin