Building Trust in Connected Learning Environments with HASTAC & DML Competition

About this Series

Trust, privacy, and safety are critical to learning in an open online world. What tools do learners need to navigate, collaborate, and learn online with confidence? What solutions will foster greater civility and respect in online learning environments? Join us throughout July as we explore the concept that "students should have safe and trusted environments for learning" -- one of five principles for creating safe, optimized and rewarding learning experiences, as shared by the Aspen Task Force on Learning & the Internet report on building trust within connected learning environments: 'Learner In The Center Of A Networked World.' We also hope this month inspires you to participate in the DML Competition 5, the Trust Challenge, which opens on September 3.

Monthly Webinar Series

Calendar

Webinar & Realtime Chat #1
11:00 AM PST
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Featuring Cathy Casserly, David Preston, Sheryl Grant
11:00 AM PST
Webinar & Realtime Chat #2
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Featuring C. Lewis-Long, N. Pinkard, C. Casilli, D. Belshaw, B. Joseph
11:00 AM PST
Webinar & Realtime Chat #3
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Featuring Anne Collier, Janelle Bence, Jessie Daniels, Emily Pa
11:00 AM PST
Webinar & Realtime Chat #4
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Featuring Jonathan Worth, Audrey Watters, Howard Rheingold, Anne Balsamo

Partners

HASTAC ("haystack") is an alliance of individuals and institutions inspired by the possibilities that new technologies offer us for shaping how we learn, teach, communicate, create, and organize our local and global communities.
The ATF is a group of 20 innovative minds in tech, public policy, education, business, privacy & safety. The group’s goal is to understand the ways in which young people learn today and to optimize learning & innovation within a trusted environment.
The 5th DML Competition, the "Trust Challenge," will award $1.2 million to institutions & organizations that tackle questions of trust, privacy, and safety in real-life learning contexts. Applications for the Trust Challenge will open September 3, 2014.