Over the next week, you will start exploring digital identity and digital spaces.

Listen to Stewart, B. (2016) “Networked Pedagogy” on Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast  https://teachinginhighered.com/podcast/networked-pedagogy/.

Read Barnes, C.L. (2016). “Where’s the Teacher? Defining the Role of Instructor Presence in Social Presence and Cognition in Online Education.” Humanizing Online Teaching and Learning. https://humanmooc.pressbooks.com/chapter/wheres-the-teacher-defining-the-role-of-instructor-presence-in-social-presence-and-cognition-in-online-education/.

Read Weller, M. (2020). “Chapter 17 – 2010  Connectivism.” 25 Years of Edtech. AU Press. https://read.aupress.ca/read/25-years-of-ed-tech/section/198057f5-1a3e-4436-a4b8-c6e1a3e0bd69#ch17.

Read Cronin, C. (2014). Networked learning and identity development in open online spaces https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fss/organisations/netlc/past/nlc2014/abstracts/pdf/cronin.pdf.

Read Bayne, S., Evans, P., et. al. (2020). “17 – Place is differently, not less, important online.” from The Manifesto for Teaching Online. The MIT Press. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/uvic/reader.action?docID=6317960&ppg=90 [You will need to login with your UVIC account].

Participate in at least 1 Learning Portfolio activity.

Participate in your Critical Inquiry Group discussion.

Complete your Students’ Guide to Digital Pedagogy by October 11th.