You are invited to attend an informational webinar, sponsored by the AECT Graduate Student Assembly and the Culture, Learning and Technology Division. This webinar is free and open to the public! Register to join the live session (bit.ly/AECTglobal), use the hashtag #AECTConnect to engage in Twitter conversations related to this webinar, and explore AECT’s Vimeo site (bit.ly/AECTonVimeo) to watch prior recorded presentations at your convenience!
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Perspectives on the Digital Divide and Global Citizenship
Tuesday, May 26th
12:00 PM EST
This webinar explores three related sets of issues of great significance for our field during the 21st century. Professor Subramony will explore equitable access to the emancipatory potential of educational and communications technologies (ECT) and the social and cultural impact of ECT adoption and use upon diverse stakeholder groups across the nation and the globe. Mr. Heggart will focus in on a global citizenship program, Justice Citizens, that sought to develop active citizenship amongst high school students via the use of critical pedagogy and technology rich environments. This program facilitated participants’ ability to develop social and professional networks as well as a range of technology related skills related to global citizenship.
Dr. Deepak P. Subramony is a faculty member in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Kansas State University, starting this summer. He has previously served on the faculties of Grand Valley State University and Utah State University. He holds a Master’s in Mass Communication from the University of Minnesota and a Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University. He has been an active member of AECT since 2002, serving as President of Minorities in Media from 2007 to 2009. He was the recipient of the 2014 McJulien Scholar Award from AECT’s Culture, Learning and Technology Division.
Keith Heggart is a teacher and academic. He is currently completing his Ph D in Education at the University of Technology, Sydney. In the past, he was worked as a teacher and educational leader in the United Kingdom and Australia. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator, a Google Certified Teacher and a Fellow of theRoyal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA).
Graduate Student Assembly
Culture, Learning and Technology Division
Webinar Project Team:
Brent Slinkard, Strategic Advisor