Now is the time for academic technology decision-makers to close the gap between technology decisions and DEI concerns.
Jenae Cohn is the Director of Academic Technology at California State University, Sacramento. She supports instructors in their critical uses of digital learning tools. She writes and speaks about approaches to engaging students in digital learning experiences and is the author of the book, Skim, Dive, Surface: Teaching Digital Reading (West Virginia University Press, 2021). Her research interests include digital/information literacy, metacognitive thinking, and reading and writing across the curriculum. Learn more at https://www.jenaecohn.net
When Bringing Your Own Device Isn’t Enough: Identifying What Digital Literacy Initiatives Really Need
Device ownership alone doesn’t make people digitally literate; rather, digital literacy is about how and why they use devices to achieve particular goals and outcomes.