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Embedded and Engaged In Higher Education: Researching Student Entanglements with Technology

Roundtable at the American Anthropological Association meetings, Chicago, November 22, 2013
by mariana regalado on 13 February 2014

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Transcript of Embedded and Engaged In Higher Education: Researching Student Entanglements with Technology

Text trajectories
Donna Lanclos
JISC-funded Institute of Education Digital Literacies Research Project http://jiscdesignstudio.pbworks.com
Lesley Gourlay
Lori Jahnke
ljahnke@emory.edu
Maura Smale &
Mariana Regalado
Andrew Asher
Visitors and Residents
Diversity
Public Good
Civil Society

Equitable Access
Embedded and engaged in higher education: researching student entanglements with technology

Library Ethnography
photo diaries
cognitive maps
observations of spaces
Keep in touch


Andrew Asher
Indiana University Bloomington
asherand@indiana.edu
@aasher
http://www.andrewasher.net

Donna Lanclos
UNC Charlotte
dlanclos@uncc.edu
@DonnaLanclos
http://atkinsanthro.blogspot.com/

Mariana Regalado
Brooklyn College, CUNY
regalado@brooklyn.cuny.edu
http://ushep.commons.gc.cuny.edu
Lesley Gourlay
University of London
@lesleygourlay
http://jiscdesignstudio.pbworks.com


Lori Jahnke
Emory University
lori.jahnke@emory.edu


Maura Smale
NYC College of Technology, CUNY
@mauraweb
msmale@citytech.cuny.edu
http://ushep.commons.gc.cuny.edu
Algorithmic Culture
The sorting, classifying, hierarchizing, and curating of people, places, objects, and ideas by machine-based information processing systems Striphas 2011).
Algorithms as cultural objects

Tool design affects resource choice:

Single search box
Simple keyword search (80-85%)
First page results (90%)

Search Epistemology
De facto outsourcing of evaluation to search algorithm
Trust Bias
Default Bias
“I have no idea [how Google determines search results]. I’m just trusting Google to know what are the good resources.”
--Sophomore in Biology

Search tool as “surrogate expert”
Secrecy
laptop and studying
studying and talking
@DonnaLanclos
frustrations
distractions
academic tools
essentials
locations
Urban Commuter Students
@aasher
Credit: http://xkcd.com/1289/
Google structures expectations

Brand Bias
Justified Belief
Diversity
Equitable?
Figures from:
OECD (2012), Education at a Glance 2012: OECD Indicators, OECD Publishing.
OECD (2013), Education at a Glance 2013: OECD Indicators, OECD Publishing.
Posselt et al. (2012). Access Without Equity: Longitudinal Analyses of Institutional Stratification by Race and Ethnicity, 1972-2004. American Educational Research Journal, 49(6), 1074–1111.
The Plans
Persistence of print
Distributed practices
Curation
@lesleygourlay

processes
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