Universities, echoing their cultural contexts, privilege bodies and knowledge that align with hegemonic values. Faculty and students unable to mirror these standards face pushout, discrimination, and even hostility. In this informal webinar, Jesse Rice-Evans will discuss strategies for using open digital pedagogy to center access and accessibility in higher education, working towards equity for sick and disabled students while practicing a pedagogy of compassion, trust, and empowerment.
Jesse Rice-Evans (she/her/hers) is a white neuroqueer femme and Southern poet based in NYC (unceded Lenape territory) where she works as a Digital Pedagogy Fellow with the OpenLab at City Tech and a Web Development and Documentation Fellow with the CUNY Humanities Alliance. Read her work in Entropy, WUSSY, Visible Pedagogy, Nat. Brut, and many others. Her debut poetry collection The Uninhabitable is now available from Sibling Rivalry Press.
This will be the ninth of a series of HASTAC Webinars that will run through the end of the summer. In this series, HASTAC Scholars will facilitate 45-minute webinars on topics ranging from Interview Prep or Blog Posting to Networking, Personal Statements, and Pedagogy Strategies for Adjuncts.
Call-in details and link for the webinar are below.
Topic: HASTAC Scholars Digital Fridays
Time: Dec 13, 2019 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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