Amy Cicchino, Megan Mize, Sarah Zurhellen: Visibility of labour
Dr Sarah Zurhellen (Appalachian State University), Dr Megan Mize (Old Dominion University), and Dr Amy Cicchino (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University) talk digital ethics in portfolio practice. The main focus is on the AAEEBL Digital Ethics in ePortfolios Principle 'Visibility of Labor', and how that impacts educators and students alike.
This is the first episode with members of the Digital Ethics Task Force. The next one will look at the principle of 'Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Decolonization' (DEIBD) with Dr Christine Slade and Dr Kevin Kelly.
Click through to the episode page for the transcript.
Connect with Amy
Connect with Megan
Connect with Sarah on Twitter
- AAEEBL Digital Ethics Task Force
- AAEEBL Digital Ethics in ePortfolios Principles
- AAEEBL Task Force webinar on sustainable ePortfolio practice
- ePortfolio Mapping Survey - participate to have your voice heard
- Folio thinking post by Vicky Suter, inspired by Helen L. Chen's definition shared in 'Documenting Learning'
- AAC&U High Impact Practices
- 3-part podcast conversation on 'Digication Scholars' exploring the Digital Ethics Principles
- WAC/WID Mapping Project
- Upcoming AAEEBL events
Note: Interviewees are not affiliated with the Mahara community. They use different technologies.
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Production: Catalyst IT
Host: Kristina Hoeppner
Artwork: Evonne Cheung
Music: The Mahara tune by Josh Woodward