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In this podcast we explore the relevant digital rights violations of our time and provide possible solutions. From internet shutdowns, fake news, hate speech, violation of personal data, intrusive surveillance systems to cybercrime and others - in particular since the onset of Covid-19 - we are witnessing an unprecedented amount of digital rights’ violations. We will talk at grassroots level with people from all across the globe who have been the victim of such violations. In addition to the ...
 
Dig Deeper: Critical Thinking in the Digital Age is a monthly podcast that examines issues related to critical thinking and digital literacy. Presented by MindEdge Learning, a leader in online learning technology, Dig Deeper seeks to spark a conversation about the abundance of false and misleading information on the Internet – and the need for today’s students to ask a lot more questions about what they find there. Interviews with journalists, academics, authors, and others who do research f ...
 
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In this episode we explore the topic of the smartphone divide in Namibia amongst its youth. In Namibia, smartphones are the main entry point to the Internet for young people. The country officially has an excess of smartphones per capita. Yet the distribution of smartphones shows a deep urban-rural gap, and therefore leaves around half of the popul…
 
Across Latin America, Indigenous human rights defenders have been targeted by enemies who wish to see them silenced because of their work. According to the Colombian non-governmental organization, Indepaz, 269 Indigenous leaders have been murdered in the country since 2016, with 94 leaders in the state of Cauca. As with most types of activism, digi…
 
In Kashmir (India) citizens suffered the high-handedness of the government with the longest imposed Internet shutdown of 213 days, just before entering into Covid-19 time. Mir Basit Hussain, a journalist and the initiator of the first digital news platform in the valley - Free Press Kashmir - tells us about this period of being digitally left “in t…
 
The Camino invites us to a way of life. Warmup: Presence as prayer Breath Prayer: Psalm 16:5-11 Gospel Reflection: Matthew 6:25-34 Poem: “The Way is Made by Walking” by Anthony Machado Closing Prayer: A Prayer for Reflection and Inner Change Closing Song “If I were a bird” by Olivia Haynes If you were blessed by our Digital Camino, please consider …
 
Hosts Bethany Blankespoor and Josh Harper welcome you to InterVarsity Study Abroad’s Digital Camino, an on- and off-screen version of the in-person Journey Spain run each spring for study abroad students, InterVarsity staff, and ministry partners. In this trailer, you’ll hear about the vision for this guide and learn how to use each day’s audio gui…
 
A lot of people don’t consider business to be a particularly creative field, but Tara Munro would beg to differ. Munro, a public historian and former museum curator, is currently the storyteller-in-residence at InkHouse, a cutting-edge PR and content marketing firm. In the current episode of Dig Deeper, she holds forth on creativity, parenting, and…
 
What do Leonardo da Vinci and LeBron James have in common? More than you might think. Rex Jung, assistant professor of neurosurgery at the Uniersity of New Mexico, joins us via the miracle of Skype to talk about the scientific roots of creativity, intelligence, and genius.저자 MindEdge Learning
 
In this installment, Jennifer Ware – an instructor in philosophy at City University of New York and an editor at MindEdge Learning – discusses the ethical challenges posed by artificial intelligence and advanced technology. Among other mind-bending philosophical explorations she offers a new take on the classic “Trolley Problem,” geared to the age …
 
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