Andrew Hinton has provided an invaluable, clear, and comprehensive resource. His book speaks to handling the complexity of our blended environment, as well as designing situations and tools that “nudge” human users toward literacy and understanding.
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In the Context of Many Contexts: A Review of Understanding Context: Environment, Language, and Information by Andrew Hilton
Drowning in Information While Starving for Wisdom: A Review of In Defense of a Liberal Education by Fareed Zakaria
Delimiting Moral and Ethical Behavior in a Limitless Age: A review of Disconnected: Youth, New Media, and the Ethics Gap by Carrie James
“Remember who you are, where you’re from, and what you represent.” For those who study, teach, and practice digital and media literacy, this trio of imperatives offers a shorthand mandate for avoiding deficits in moral and ethical thinking during online activities and behaviors. The reasons behind this mandate are found in Carrie James’s book.
Social Media and Democracy: Innovations in Participatory Politics proves a useful tool for the student interested in learning more about how and to what extent social media influences the political landscape.
WATCH A VIDEO DISCUSSION WITH THE AUTHORS OF VOLUME 5, ISSUE 1
- Introduction: Digital Inclusion Policies and Programs of Local Governments
- City of Austin Leads Coalition of Digital Inclusion Programs to Aid Implementation of Digital Inclusion Strategic Plan
- The City of Boston’s Broadband and Digital Equity Advocate: The First Twelve Months
- Facilitating Public-Private Partnerships for Digital Equity and Inclusion in Kansas City, Missouri
- In Portland, the Path to Digital Equity: Building Inclusion from the Ground Up