Announcements Please open and read the abstracts for these two research papers: study 1, study 2. Please then try to read both papers while you’re waiting for class to begin. Last chance: please add your SSI Statistic to this spreadsheet. This counts towards your participation grade. Plutopia Poll Results: We will likely attend the talk […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #10: SSI Review, Search Tech, more Home Tech
Announcements Follow up on last Thursday’s group exercise: please add your SSI Statistic to this spreadsheet. NBWC poll results: 20+ respondents, >=70% interest to attend Please answer today’s poll: Plutopia Talk next Tuesday? Dibner “Touch This Page” Opening (see flyer at the bottom of this page) External Announcements: Events / Opportunities Thanks for keeping up […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #9: SSI Interview Planning
Announcements Please fill out this poll to weigh in on a potential class field trip to the National Black Writers Conference on March 26 in Brooklyn. Please play around with this Environmental Health Tracker from the CDC, particularly the “Info By Location” section. We will use it during class. Remember to fill out the 2020 […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #8: Midterm discussion, Home/Social Tech
Resubmission Update (Posted March 26): You are welcome to resubmit your midterm for re-grading. Re-grading will take place as part of final evaluations during the week of May 11. Each new point awarded will add 0.4 points to the midterm project grade. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Your Challenge: When it comes to the technology you grapple with, how might […]continue reading D&T Midterm Requirements, Spring 2020
Announcements: Class NYU Students of Color Career Dialogues: How to Get Hired as a Diverse Candidate (Brooklyn Campus) NYU Pronoun Toolkit, Albert Pronoun How-To, Trans-Inclusive Classrooms A Teacher Mispronouncing a Student’s Name Can Have Lasting Impact (PBS) More Work Tech: Delivery App Workers describe a Culture of Retaliation and Fear (Vice Motherboard) Kickstarter Votes to […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #7: Your Tech, EdTech
Announcements: Class When you arrive, please open the “GROUPS” sheet of The Tech You’re Grappling With and be prepared to sit in your “themed group.“ Please also read the “Tech I’m Grappling With” blog posts of the others in your group. Do you have any questions about their technologies? Please check: Medical Bias Media: Screening Order and […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #6: Ed Tech & Your Tech
Announcements for Class When you arrive, please open The Tech You’re Grappling With and add your technology to it. Please check: Medical Bias Media: Screening Order and Links Student Resource Suggestions: Please check that your resource is in the list. Please keep adding to Keywords throughout class today. Agenda Keywords Scribe, Marker Person Recaps Medical Bias […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #5: Work Tech
Announcements Please keep adding to Keywords. Billy Porter delivers LGBTQ+ State of the Union It’s flu season. Please be sure to get a doctor’s note or similar documentation if you’re sick. NYU Engineering: Mathematical model shows how diversity speeds consensus Disability and Media Accessibility: Perspectives from Three Undergraduate Courses. Mara Mills, Allan Goldstein, and Kevin Gotkin will discuss […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #4: Medical Regulations, Technologies, Bias.
Announcements Please keep adding to Keywords! NYU MLK Week Upcoming data classes at Dibner NYU Aging Incubator photo competition Open Knowledge Foundation Data Day Mini-Grants NYU Engineering: Mathematical model shows how diversity speeds consensus Student Resource Suggestions: Please check that your resource is in the list. IMPORTANT: Please check that your blog can be accessed […]continue reading NYU D&T 2020 #3: Identities and Bodies.
This is a running, unedited list copied straight from the D&T Spring 2020 student blogs. Please let me know if you have a suggestion that’s not on this list. Langdon Winner’s Do Artifacts Have Politics Diversity and Technology: Classroom Implications of the Digital Divide Professor Mike Blake from NYU Wagner we should visit the African […]continue reading D&T Spring 2020: Resource Suggestions from Students