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The Digital Breakdown

The Digital Breakdown

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Learn how to discuss and navigate the past, the present, and the future of the digital world.
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Fight the Power, Part II
What does it take to be a digital activist? Agnes Scott's Center for Digital Literacy (CDVL) addresses this question and more in the concluding episode of the "Fight the Power."
25:31
September 18, 2020
Fight the Power, Part I
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. 
25:31
September 4, 2020
Tech for All
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.
29:02
May 6, 2020
Crisis Mode
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. 
36:13
May 4, 2020
The Digital Get Down
What is digital literacy? Why does it matter? To answer these questions and more, we hear from two college students and a long-time edu-tech expert. 
26:59
March 26, 2020