How do you develop boundaries in your private, public, and professional social media? ASC student Bre Rogers, ASC alum Kierstynn Shultz, and Dawn Killenberg, who is the Career and Internship Services Director at Agnes Scott, share their unique perspectives on the dilemma.
Check out Kierstynn's fashion Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/pinupbuttercups/
We talk to a copyright-smart librarian (Chris Bishop), a student familiar with piracy (Percie Thompson), and an IT manager all about buying software (Neta Counts) on the topic of being an “honorable digital citizen” and pirating -- and if both can exist in the same sphere.
The Digital Native grew up alongside the tech-world we know today while the Digital Immigrant had to learn this new techie world. Age, location, or culture may separate the two, but there’s a lot of common ground to be found. In this episode, we talked to Dr. Amy Patterson and Lisset Rojo Ramirez about how they adapt to new technologies, effectively use the ones we already have and everything in between.
What is digital activism and why is it important? In Part I of this two-part conversation, Agnes Scott's Center for Digital and Visual Literacy discusses how the internet and social media has changed the nature of activism.
With the help of Agnes Scott’s Accessible Education Director, The Digital Breakdown explores new accessible education initiatives for the Agnes Scott community and navigating a tech-infused world with physical, mental, or both types of disabilities.
If you're interested in checking out some of the software or apps mentioned in this episode, here's a list (all apps have an associated cost unless otherwise noted): Voiceover on iPhone/ Voice Assistant on Andriod (free), Audible (free to download), ZoomText, Todoist (freemium), Claroread, Read&Write DSA Gold, and JAWS.
When every student on campus is forced into a remote education model, how vital is digital literacy for their continued education? What does remote education even look like, especially for a college that prides itself on its small, in-person classes? In this episode of The Digital Breakdown, three members of a college's edu-tech center discuss their institution's approach to online education during a crisis.