Virtual Opportunities

Photo shared by Andrea Rehn via Twitter during #DigPed 2015 UWM

Can’t make it onsite to Digital Pedagogy Lab Cairo? There are several ways to participate virtually 

  1. Keynotes will be livestreamed. Stay tuned here for links to watch the livestream
  2. Join one of the Virtually Connecting conversations – we will link to the schedule and the livestreams of sessions
  3. Participate via Twitter using hashtag #DigPed – there may be Google docs and such that we open up for the virtual audience
  4. Annotate with us on
  5. Request to join the Slack team

Watch Keynotes Live

  • Sunday March 20, 1-2pm Cairo time: Critical Digital Pedagogy (Sean Michael Morris and Jesse Stommel) (watch live)
  • Monday, March 21, 1-2pm Cairo time: Not Yetness (Amy Collier) (watch live)
  • Tuesday, March 22, 1-2pm Cairo time: Scholarly Networks (Bonnie Stewart) (watch live)
To send questions to the speaker(s):
  • Click sign-in
  • Choose “Sign in using: Panopto”
  • Use the following credentials:
  • username: digpedlabcai
  • password: 87654321

Join Virtually Connecting Sessions

Read the full Virtually connecting blog announcement. (if you don’t know what Virtually connecting is, this article will help)

flickr photo shared by cogdogblog under a Creative Commons ( BY ) license

You can join any of the sessions below – just tweet to @vconnecting, or write a comment on the blogpost above. The links below work for watching the video of the hangout live, or recorded.

  • Sunday, March 20, 3:30pm Cairo time: Networks track, discussion of annotation of Donna Lanclos’ article with Donna Lanclos as special guest and Jesse Stommel, Bonnie Stewart and Maha Bali onsite (link to video)
  • Tuesday, March 22: 3:15pm Cairo time: Discussion with Amy Collier onsite (link to video)
  • Wednesday, March 23: 3:15pm Cairo time: Discussion with Sean Michael Morris (link to video)

Participate via Twitter

Some of us will be Tweeting to the #DigPed hashtag. We will post here any Google docs and such that we open up to virtual participants

Annotate with us on 

Simply create an account on and annotate any of the readings we are doing publicly – those onsite annotating the same reading will be able to see your annotations and vice versa. To annotate, just type before the url of the page you want to annotate

Request to join the Slack team

We are using Slack for community building at the event… you can request to join the team (it may take us a while to process it, though)