106: College Students Scrolling & Strolling through Digital Spaces: Let’s Provide Guidance and Advocacy!

    Presenters:  Mohammed Aldawood (CAS-World Languages & Cultures), Krisztina Domjan (CAS-World Languages & Cultures/Office of Global & Imersive Studies), Jeremiah Patterson (School of Communication) & Jim Quirk (SPA-Government) 

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    Time: 9:55 AM – 11:10 AM

    Session Description:

    How much do we, or our students, understand how our digital activity follows us in digital spaces? Today’s college students need advice as to how one should go about getting around potential and often fatal digital pitfalls. In this session, we invite participants to reflect on their own and their students’ current state of digital participation and explore ways to help students attain essential skills needed in the digital realm: being informed, engaged, balanced, inclusive, and alert.

    Learning Outcomes:  

    • Identify the core tenets of digital citizenship: I’m Inclusive, I’m Informed, I’m Engaged, I’m Balanced, I’m Alert
    • Reflect on the current state of digital participation
    • Define staff or faculty roles in guiding students’ digital citizenship in meaningful ways

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