Graphic Narratives of Open Scholarship: a cartography of #FemEdTech


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Campbell, L. [@LornaMCampbell]. (2019b, April 5). Blogged on Other voices—How can we construct a diverse and inclusive narrative and historiography of openness? #OER19 #femedtech [Tweet]. Twitter.
Campbell, L. [@LornaMCampbell]. (2019c, April 5). Come and join @francesbell, @MarenDeepwell, @sheilmcn and I for the #femedtech Open Space session at #OER19 at 13.45 on Wednesday 10th [Tweet]. Twitter.
Campbell, L. [@LornaMCampbell]. (2019d, April 5). This is exactly what @lirazelf was talking about in her story for #OER19 “Once Upon An Open” [Tweet]. Twitter.
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Drumm, L. [@louisedrumm]. (2019a, April 10). Didn’t realise when we had to improvise during our presentation that we were creating a visual metaphor for @femedtech! Women holding up women so they can be heard. #OER19 [Tweet]. Twitter.
Drumm, L., Bell, F., & Mycroft, M., (2019b, April 10). “But what exactly is @FemEdTech?” slides.
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Emke, M. [@MartinaEmke]. (2019, May 7). About constantly being in-between and about valuing (silent?) voices! Resonates strongly with me, as my own #OER/#OEP becoming was advanced within open convers. & diff. media with e.g. @francesbell, @Bali_Maha, @twitthaus & @catherinecronin [Tweet]. Twitter.
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FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019a, March 10). This excellent report “Staying Power: The career experiences and strategies of UK Black female professors” by @NicolaRollock funded by @ucu is based on qual rsrch that fleshes out the lived experience of a “rare breed” black women professors. #femedtech /1 [Tweet]. Twitter.
FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019b, April 18). 8 All writing submitted to is moderated. Our Code of Conduct is borrowed from #pressedconf19 & we also refer to other codes including @laurenfklein & @kanarinka's Feminist Metrics & Values #femedtech [Tweet]. Twitter.
FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019c, April 18). 10 For #OER19 we posed 6 questions on & received 29 responses inc. long-form writing, short reflections, images, gifs & audio recordings. Some answered the questions, some amplified work of others, some reflected on other issues #femedtech #pressedconf19 [Tweet]. Twitter.
FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019d, April 18). 11 You can read the community’s stories and responses to the #OER19 open space questions here This word cloud gives an indication of the range and focus of the submitted writings so far. #femedtech #pressedconf19 [Tweet]. Twitter.
FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019e, April 23). Working on connecting networks this week - do you have any suggestions for networks to amplify/connect to #femedtech ? [Tweet]. Twitter.
FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019f, May 2). A River of Inspiration: #FEMEDTECH Adjacent Networks a post by @gravesle (hopefully!) helpful for #femedtechvalues activity [Tweet]. Twitter.
FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019g, May 2). Yes, it would be great to connect networks that share similar values & attitudes towards #EdTech. This would enable us to draw on more networks/people for (Twitter) events that raise awareness 4 #EthicalEdTech & still leave enough room for diversity. #FemEdTech #FemEdTechValues [Tweet]. Twitter.
FemEdTech [@femedtech]. (2019h, June 26). What do we think are the biggest challenges for women working in Educational Technology? #altc #STEM Feel free to post your own list with hash tag #femedtech mention the words FemEdTech Challenges - loving reading your thoughts - Thank you ???? [Tweet]. Twitter.
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Hawksey, M. [@mhawksey]. (2019c, May 10). Really interesting session on “Deploying an online interactive data explorer to open data on violence and discrimination against women and girls” worth checking out the SDGs Interactive Dashboard #ccsummit #femedtech #altc [Tweet]. Twitter.
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