In a day and age of media consumption overload, how do we take control of the tiny screens that live inside of our pockets? If we take tangible, physical social interactions for granted, we may begin to lose sight of the real work. Are movement, language, spirit part of your practice? How do we combine tools with peers to learn and teach? What can we learn from the physicality of interactions? How does bodily knowing inform what can be learned from interacting via media-driven and virtual networks? Cues & clues for building a critical lens into your media toolbox.
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