“Who owns this tool?” Critical questions for critical thinking

image“Developing these critical multiliteracies is vital if we want scholars and students — and all the digital citizenry — to retain ownership over their intellectual property, their data, their privacy, their ideas, their voices. Even tools we love — that have potential to do good work in the world — need careful scrutiny. It is, in fact, part of our care for those tools and students who use them that demands we approach educational technology critically.”

via A Guide for Resisting Edtech: the Case against Turnitin – Hybrid Pedagogy


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