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Thursday, February 9 • 10:30 - 11:30
Digital Citizenship in the Information Age

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The goal of this workshop is to create critical awareness of the implications of the consumption and production of information as related to living in a society that has changed on a technical and social front wherein there is now a convergence of technology. Traditionally, we were socialized by school, family and religion but now media significantly influences the formation of society and knowledge construction, production and consumption. Through this workshop, we aim to engage participants in a discussion on current and future implications of living in an information society and our growing dependency on connectedness.

Speakers
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Michelle Hawks

Global Education Team Coordinator, Centre for Global Citizenship Education & Research
Michelle Hawks is a doctoral student in Educational Policy Studies at the University of Alberta, and the Global Education Team (GET) Coordinator for the Centre for Global Citizenship Education and Research (CGCER). She trained as a math teacher in the US, has experience working with K-12 students in both the US and Canada, and has taught Ethics and Law for Teachers for the past three years. Her research interests include ethics and equity in... Read More →
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LeeAnne Pawluski

LeeAnne Pawluski is a doctoral student at the University of Alberta. Her research targets the digital divide and especially those issues which impact educational policy. Using a critical theoretical lens, LeeAnne's research aims to generate discussion on new forms of exploitation emerging with technological advances. She brings well-rounded experience in education from her teaching assignments at the K-12 and post-secondary levels in both... Read More →


Thursday February 9, 2017 10:30 - 11:30
MacEwan - Alberta College: Rm 211 10050 MacDonald Drive
  • Room Details Classroom Max Capacity - 20
  • Chairperson Scott Onuczko - Parkland #10