Uncovering the Digital Author Abroad: Reflection, Representation, and Authority in Digital Learning Abroad
Through study abroad, students are immersed in multiple concurrent, interrelating realms that are both tangible and intangible. Digital technology gives students platforms to interact, engage, and understand their learning environment as they present, articulate, and deconstruct experiences outside of the classroom. Join us for a critical conversation on the digital presence of students abroad. We’ll present examples of students creating digital stories of their learning experiences and discuss models that support students’ critical evaluation and deconstruction of their digital and tangible selves and those of the other.
Ray Casserly, CIEE
Elsa Maxwell, CIEE; Hannah Milkie, Northern Michigan University