VI WORLD SOCIAL FORUM SCIENCE AND DEMOCRACY: "Platform university and algorithmic governmentality. Part I: The theoretical debate"; "Platform university and algorithmic governmentality. Part II: Proposals and case studies"Activity Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 - 16:00 UTCDuration: 240 minBrief Description:
In the panel "Platform university and algorithmic governmentality" we will discuss how the recent "digital pandemic turn" is transforming our educational system and how to elaborate both theoretical and practical strategies to resist the EdTech assault on our institutions. The panel is organized in two parts. In the first part, coordinated by Valeria Pinto (University of Naples Federico II, Italy), Javier Blanco (UNC, Argentina), Teresa Numerico (University of Roma Tre, Italy), and Paola Ricaurte (Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico) will summarize the theoretical debate on the idea of "governamentality", and how this concept is related to the production, extraction and representation of digital knowledge and data. In the second part, coordinated by Domenico Fiormonte (University of Roma Tre, Italy), Paolo Monella (University of Roma La Sapienza, Italy), Cecilia Cargnelutti (UNC, Argentina) and Gabriel Pereira (Instituto Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil) will discuss a number of case studies and experiences from different countries and institutions.
Link for attending Part I: https://meet.google.com/pdv-icme-gqw
Link for attending Part II: https://blue.meet.garr.it/b/dom-ljv-pzd-tdsLanguage(s) of the Activity: Spanish, English, Other/sOther/s Language(s) of the Activity:
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Università di Napoli "Federico II"How to get in touch and participate in activity?:Contact (Email):Platform used for the transmission:Link to the online meeting:Related information (links to videos, initiatives, websites, pads...):Documents: downloadTopics: Academic, Access to knowledge, Communication, Democracy, Digital, Free culture and knowledge, Free libre & open source software, Governance, Media, Networks, ResearchThematic space(s) of the activity: Democracy, Education, communication and culture, Future of the WSFCross-cutting space(s) of the activity: Future of the Forum