DML Central (DML= Digital Media and Learning)

DML Central is home to a collaborative blog and curated collection of free and open resources that focus on the ways in which digital technology is changing learning environments, social and civic institutions, and youth culture.

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Posts by DML Central (DML= Digital Media and Learning)

Anti-Violence Work, Performance Studies and Experimental Pedagogy

This post concludes the series that DML Central has been running based on interviews with members of the development team for the Center for Solutions […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Goodbye DML, Hello CLS

As the eighth and final Digital Media and Learning Conference came to a close last week, its organizers announced the creation of a new annual […]

Networked Narratives: Netproving in the Mirror World

In our most recent script, we set the stage for how we approached the Networked Narratives course (@NetNarr) as a networked improvisation including some mystery […]

Developing Socially Engaged Youth Through Game Design

This summer at the Games For Change Festival, the Game Jam Guide e-book was released, sharing advice from a range of experts on how to […]

How Young Activists Deploy Digital Tools for Social Change

Nabela Noor, a young American Muslim Youtube personality, was born of Bangladeshi parents and had developed a large following based on her make-up tutorials and […]

5 Secrets to Creating an Innovative After-school Program

A little over a year ago, Mahad Ibrahim reached out to me about Connected Camps, an organization I’m leading with Katie Salen that offers online […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Remake Learning Network Turns 10, Reaches Forward

The Remake Learning network started as an experiment in collaboration among educators, researchers, mentors and caring adults and has become a movement touching thousands of lives in southwestern […]

Highlighting Young Producers by Twisting Fate

“What if Lord Voldemort had never become Lord Voldemort? What if he found the love of his life before everything started?” So teases the description […]

The Need for Frank Discussions About Digital Identity, Trust

I have been writing profiles of core members of the design team working on developing the Center for Solutions to Online Violence over the course […]

Why Museums Should Dive Into VR

As a young child, I took this photo, of the Franklin Museum’s Giant Heart, my way of expressing my love for this immersive, interactive experience. […]

Opportunity to Share Research on Connected Learning, Teacher Education

If you follow my blog posts, you know that I am deeply committed to exploring the intersections of connected learning and teacher education, both in […]

Combining Art and Technology Engages Students

To maker-educators Fabrice Florin and Edward Janne, maker ed is not just about the technology: “the real power comes from enabling students to build their […]

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