Kristina Hoeppner PRO
Project Lead & Community Facilitator of the open source portfolio platform Mahara https://mahara.org. I work at Catalyst https://catalyst.net.nz in Aotearoa New Zealand. Views are my own.
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Kristina Hoeppner (Catalyst) // @anitsirk Peralta Equity Conference // 27 April 2022 Download: tinyurl.com/peralta2022
Because ethics refers to the way groups and individuals relate to, treat, and resolve issues with each other, digital ethics then encompasses how users and participants in online environments interact with each other and the technologies and platforms used to engage.
What can you do to promote awareness?
What types of support do you have at your institution?
How do you practice digital literacies necessary to develop effective portfolios?
How do you encourage diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging, and decolonization?
How do you make the labor visible that has gone into the creation of activities and the portfolios?
What evaluation practices do you consider?
What do you watch out for in regards to accessibility?
How do you ensure equitable access to technology?
What tools do you use to check cross-platform compatibility?
What tools do you know to respect author rights and re-use permissions?
How do you ensure privacy?
Where and how is your content stored?
Did you give consent to data usage?
By Kristina Hoeppner
Presentation by Kristina Hoeppner (Catalyst) at the Peralta Equity Conference on 27 April 2022. Recording at https://youtu.be/qzi0NX2H_8M