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Cynicism, Not Gullibility, Will Kill Our Humanity | Hapgood
Major advances in the U.S. — from civil rights to the social safety net — have been driven by the public being confronted with the consequences of their inaction or action and having to reckon with that. But if everything is worthy of low trust at best, you never need to confront the impacts of policy or politics or personal action.
literacy  digipo  digitalliteracy  news  Education  teaching  learning  culture 
11 weeks ago by grantpotter
Mozilla Foundation – Mozilla Information Trust Initiative
Mozilla is working to surface new ideas that seek to address misinformation, cognitive bias, “belief echos,” and algorithmic “filter bubbles.” The initiative will launch efforts in four areas: products, research, visualization, and
literacy  digitalliteracy  culture  technology  social  teaching  learning  research 
february 2018 by grantpotter
Misinformation Research
This is an open article database for information pollution researchers. The purpose of this database is to support community and platform research to fight misinformation online. It is a work in progress.
literacy  digitalliteracy  culture  technology  social  teaching  learning  research 
february 2018 by grantpotter
Untitled (https://www.wired.com/story/free-speech-issue-tech-turmoil-new-censorship/)
“The most effective forms of censorship today involve meddling with trust and attention, not muzzling speech itself.”
democracy  politics  technology  literacy  digitalliteracy  internet 
january 2018 by grantpotter
Oral, Print, and Computer Cultures
The Future of Literature in the Age of Technology
literacy  education  edtech 
june 2017 by grantpotter
Orality
Orality in Relation to Computer-Mediated Communication
edtech  education  literacy 
june 2017 by grantpotter
yourbrowser.is
check your customer's web browsing environment in seconds
tools  support  instructionaldesign  literacy  education  teaching  learning 
june 2017 by grantpotter
Web Literacy Standard - Mozilla Webmaker
"a map of competencies and skills that Mozilla and our community of stakeholders believe are important to pay attention to when getting better at reading, writing and participating on the web."
literacy  web  standards  teaching  learning  education  technology 
june 2017 by grantpotter

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