Sponsored by University Libraries & Provost's Office Critical Thinking Initiative
Additional partners: University Communications, Union, Center for Undergraduate Research & Academic Engagement, Sustainable Campus
With a focus on the intersection of technology and humanity, digital citizenship and society continuously develops norms of responsible, ethical, and positive digital experiences as content creators and content consumers. We aim to empower our students, faculty, staff, and community with the values, awareness, and understanding to shape our society through critical thought and agency. The symposium will enable the FSU community to participate in technology for the common good as thoughtful and empathetic digital citizens.
We encourage our partners - FSU and community, local, and international - to participate in our symposium even if you are not able to attend events in-person. We will be live-streaming a number of sessions and offering several activities for participation. You can find the full program here.
Livestreamed Events (Link to Livestream)
Understanding Digital Citizenship in Research & Practice
Dual Citizenship: Navigating the Digital Realm
Digital Literacy: Impacts on Teaching & Research TA Panel
Creativity is Connecting Things: Transdisciplinary Integration in Higher Education
Keynote: Ensuring a Bright Tech Future: Getting Big Tech, Policymakers, and the Public Involved in Making Tech More Ethical
David Ryan Polgar, Keynote Speaker
Online Activities for Critical Thinking Symposium
Watch Party Discussion Guide
Participate in the 2020 Critical Thinking Symposium anywhere by organizing watch parties and leading discussion on the livestreamed sessions. Recommended questions for each live streamed session are provided on this collaborative document.
Virtual Poster Sessions
Collaborative Digital Citizenship Reading List
Lend your voice to the conversation about digital citizenship and society by finding and adding a source (an article, book, blog post, video, etc.) relevant to our conference theme. Write a couple of sentences about why you think this resource needs to be part of the discourse. Creativity is encouraged.
Add the link with your first name and last initial as well as your short statement on this collaborative document. Once complete, this reading list will be added to a Zotero library and promoted on the FSU Critical Thinking Initiative website.