In higher education, we must work not only toward providing better security around student data but also toward educating students about the need to critically evaluate how their data is used and how to participate in shaping data privacy practices and policies.
Autumm Caines is a Liminal Space.
An Instructional Designer at University of Michigan - Dearborn, I've been involved in educational technology for over fifteen years. I have a passion for finding a middle ground between theory and practice in the design of educational experiences to serve faculty members and students. I'm a lifelong learner, non-traditional and first-generation college student. In desiging educational experiences with technology my most valuable tools are empathy and relationship building. Focused on community building through the facilitation of conversation I create exploratory open ended experiences that focus on the unique personalities that I'm working with.
Digital literacy and citizenship is are a passion and over the last several years I have helped to faciliate several ongoing open online conversations about digital citizenship.
Following a workshop on liberal arts colleges and digital citizenship, representatives from four higher education institutions share their varied experiences in cultivating digital citizenship capabilities among their students.