#DRCchat for Digital Learning Day

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(As of 2/2/2018 this post has been archived from Storify and shared below)

Last Friday's Twitter #DRCchat to celebrate Digital Learning Day (#DLday) was terrific.These chats continue to impress us all, especially in terms of how they allow for multiple viewpoints and voices. There's something about the constraint of 140 characters that really gets a discussion going. Our Storify Round-up, below, shows just how varied and rich the discussion was, providing practical ideas for using digital tools in the classroom, and raising important issues of access across different cultural contexts. Thanks to @Jenae_Cohn and @PaulaMMiller for moderating and everyone who participated!

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VIsiting Assistant Professor of English at Ohio University Zanesville, Matthew Vetter earned his PhD from Ohio University in 2015, where he previously served as Assistant Director of Composition. His research and professional interests include digital rhetoric and humanities, writing program administration, and composition pedagogy. Vetter is a former Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Graduate Fellow and current editor of PraxisWiki, a section of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. Check out his portfolio at mattvetter.net

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