The Digital Polarization Initiative, or “DigiPo”, is ADP's national effort to build student civic, information and web literacy by having students participating in a broad, cross-institutional project to fact-check, annotate, and provide context to the different news stories that
show up in our Twitter and Facebook feeds. DigiPo is being spearheaded by ADP's inaugural Civic Fellow Mike Caulfield of Washington State University Vancouver. Mike’s expertise as Washington State University Vancouver’s director of blended and networked learning and his passion for advancing the learning of online communities and ensuring informed civic engagement make him well-suited to lead this new effort and to galvanize the ADP community around advancing student civic literacy in our digital and polarized age.Together, we will work to advance student civic literacy in our digital and too often polarized age.
If you, your class, or campus project or organization would like to participate, complete
this Google Form.
The challenge that’s bigger than fake
news: Civic reasoning in a social media environment. Sara McGrew, Teresa
Ortega, Joel Breakstone, and Sam Wineburg. American
Educator. Fall 2017.