Promising Practices Presentation at eCitizenship Institute
On November 12 and 13, the Center for the Study of Citizenship hosted an institute, “eCitizenship: New Tools, New Spaces, New Strategies,” in collaboration with the American Democracy Project–itself a collaboration of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and the New York Times. I gave one of the plenary addresses based on our Promising Practices in Online Engagement paper. Other presentations were given by Jose Vargas of the Huffington Post, David Smith of the National Conference on Citizenship. 34 AASCU campuses were represented by 110 faculty, administrators, and students.
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