International Journal of Information and Learning Technology



Table Of Contents: Volume 35 Issue 5 - Special Issue: Equity in Instructional Technologies

Learning to fall forward

Kira J. Baker-Doyle, Michiko Hunt, Latricia C. Whitfield

Connected learning is a framework of learning principles that centers on fostering educational equity through leveraging social technologies and networking practices to…

Critical literacy in #DigitalActivism: collaborative choice and action

Natalie Amgott

The purpose of this paper is to explore the intersection between critical literacy and digital activism. Critical literacy is a form of instruction that teaches students…

What kind of (digital) citizen?

Marie K. Heath

Public schools in a democracy should educate young people to develop the knowledge and dispositions of citizenship in order to foster a more inclusive society and ensure…

Equity-oriented design in open education

Jeremiah Holden Kalir

The purpose of this paper is threefold: to describe the equity-oriented design of a publicly accessible and openly networked computer-supported collaborative learning…

Scratching the coding surface: tackling algorithms for inclusion and learning

Enrico Gandolfi, Richard E. Ferdig

The purpose of this paper is to present computational algorithms as potential bearers of biases and also tools for reflection, and to advance strategies for engaging with…



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