This track will focus specifically on issues of digital identity, including perceptions and presentations of race, gender, and ability online, institutional hierarchies, equity and disparity, and inclusion or exclusion in Digital Humanities, Ed Tech, and other computing and technological fields. We will center the discussion upon the lived (and often distinctly physical) experiences we have in classrooms and a consideration of how we build a pedagogy from those experiences. Individual sessions and workshops will focus on accessibility, collaboration, using technology to build inclusive communities, feminist pedagogy, and approaches to technological tools (like Wikipedia or social media) that encourage increased representation of marginalized groups.
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