There are some familiar names, associated with FemEdTech, on the programme and some I have met at the socials. They might have curated @femedtech, or posted to #FemEdTech on Twitter or Mastodon, or contributed a square or fabric to the FemEdTech quilt.
If you are , or might be, interested in FemEdTech, here are some ways you can engage with the network at this busy conference, whether you are at Inverness or elsewhere.
- Explore our SPLOT website: find out about Femedtech, look through our Writings (it’s easy to contribute too at Write); and look at the lovely Special Issue of Learning Media & Technology, highlighted at its own page with open access to almost all of the articles at https://femedtech.net/special-issue-of-learning-media-technology-feminist-perspectives-on-learning-media-and-educational-technology/
- Explore the Digital Quilt, especially the stories (crafted by the lovely Anne-Marie Scott, content from many) at http://quilt.femedtech.net/quilt/ There will also be a #OER23 square available for you to add a button or a few stitches. Once complete the square will be attached, to Quilt 2.
- Quilt 2 is at the conference, and will be available to see at the seating area at the top of the stairs a few times over the next 2 days, starting with the lunch break on 5 April
- Attend the session “Using feminist posthuman storytelling to promote activism in FemEdTech/ Open Education” that Lou Mycroft and I are giving in 203/4 at 11:50 on Thursday 6 April.
Watch out for Femedtech folk around the conference, they can highlight themselves by writing #FemEdTech on their conference badge!
You are very welcome!