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Fwd: From Demos@HASTAC | The Trust Challenge: The fifth HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competition

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Andreas Orphanides <[log in to unmask]>

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Hi Code4Libbers,

Someone at HASTAC passed on this information about a grant-writing
challenge that HASTAC is holding in conjunction with the MacArthur
Foundation. I thought it might be of potential interest to the C4L
community.

 The topic is trust in educational and collaborative settings, and awards
include up to $150,000 in grant funding per winner ($1.2 million will be
awarded). Deadline is November 3rd, and interdisciplinary,
stakeholder-oriented groups are encouraged. More information below.

-dre.



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Demos Orphanides <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Thu, Jul 17, 2014 at 11:02 AM
Subject: From Demos@HASTAC | The Trust Challenge: The fifth
HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competition


































* [image: dmlc5-trust-challenge.png] CFP:  Announcing the Trust Challenge,
the fifth HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning
Competition Full information: dmlcompetition.net
<http://dmlcompetition.net/> Trust, privacy, and safety are critical to
learning in an open online world. How can learners exercise control over
who sees and uses their data? What tools do they need to navigate,
collaborate, and learn online with confidence? What solutions will foster
greater civility and respect in online learning environments? How can open
technical standards create more opportunities to share and collaborate
online in a spirit of trust? The fifth open, international HASTAC/MacArthur
Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competition, the Trust Challenge,
will award $1.2 million to institutions and organizations that tackle these
questions in real-life learning contexts. The Trust Challenge will fund
successful collaborations or “laboratories” that create scalable,
innovative, and transformative exemplars of connected learning that bridge
technological solutions with complex social considerations of trust.
Awards: $10,000 to $150,000 year-long development grants; $1.2 million will
be awarded in total. Timeline: Applications accepted September 3 to
November 3, 2014. Final applications are due Monday, November 3, 2014 at
5pm PST/ 8pm EST. Who can participate:  Successful proposals will include
youth-serving organizations and institutions and institutions of higher
learning anywhere in the world where challenges to trust in connected
learning environments can be identified and addressed. Teams must include -
institutional/organizational stakeholders and administrators that can
provide and direct project objectives, inform design and implementation,
and increase opportunities for scalability. Additionally, teams might also
include: - technologists, web developers, app developers, badge system
designers, etc. that can design, build and implement the proposed digital
solution; and - researchers, educators, learning experts, policy advisors,
legal counsel, etc. that can give careful consideration to complex social
and institutional/organizational considerations around trust and learning.
Connect with the Trust Challenge to get the latest news and notifications
Listserv: To receive notifications about the Trust Challenge, including
reminders when the application opens, send a message to
 [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]> with
“subscribe” in the subject line. Web: www.dmlcompetition.net
<http://www.dmlcompetition.net/> Twitter:  www.twitter.com/dmlComp
<http://www.twitter.com/dmlComp> and #dmltrust Facebook:
 https://www.facebook.com/DMLcomp <https://www.facebook.com/DMLcomp>
------------------------------ Watch the upcoming Webinar Series “Building
Trust in Connected Learning Environments” In collaboration with
http://connectedlearning.tv/: <http://connectedlearning.tv/:>
http://connectedlearning.tv/building-trust-connected-learning-environments
<http://connectedlearning.tv/building-trust-connected-learning-environments>
Why Trust Matters in Connected Learning Environments
<http://connectedlearning.tv/why-trust-matters-connected-learning-environments>
July 8, 11am PST/2pm EST (archived recording available) What do we mean by
"trust" in relation to connected learning? Why we need to create connected
learning environments that protect safety & privacy without compromising
the ability to learn. Speakers: - Cathy Casserly
<https://twitter.com/cathycasserly> - Former CEO of Creative Commons, now a
part-time Fellow at the Aspen Institute Communications & Society Program -
David Preston <https://twitter.com/prestonlearning> - English teacher at
Righetti High School - Sheryl Grant <https://twitter.com/hastac> - Director
of Social Networking, HASTAC Trust Challenges Across Connected Learning
Environments
<http://connectedlearning.tv/trust-challenges-across-connected-learning-environments>
July 15, 11am PST/2pm EST How trust is modelled in collaborative connected
learning environments, and how we tackle serious issues--such as digital
literacy and equity--so that people can take full advantage of learning
opportunities. Speakers: - Cathy Lewis-Long
<https://twitter.com/cathylewislong> - Founding Executive Director of The
Sprout Fund in Pittsburgh - Nichole Pinkard <https://twitter.com/npinkard>
- Co-Founder of the Digital Youth Network, and Co-Founder of YOUmedia
Chicago - Carla Casilli <https://twitter.com/carlacasilli> - Director of
Design + Practice at the Badge Alliance - Barry Joseph
<https://twitter.com/mmmooshme> - Associate Director for Digital Learning
at the American Museum of Natural History - Doug Belshaw
<https://twitter.com/dajbelshaw> - Project lead for the Web Literacy
Standard at the Mozilla Foundation - Sheryl Grant
<https://twitter.com/hastac> - Director of Social Networking, HASTAC
Social-Emotional Literacies and Digital Citizenship Best Practices
<http://connectedlearning.tv/social-emotional-literacies-and-digital-citizenship-best-practices>
July 22, 11am PST/2pm EST How to encourage multi-directional trust (from
platforms to people) and empower learners of all ages to use learning
resources confidently, effectively & safely. Speakers: - Anne Collier
<https://twitter.com/annecollier> - Youth/tech news blogger, and Editor of
NetFamilyNews.org <http://NetFamilyNews.org/> - Janelle Bence
<https://twitter.com/janelle> - Educator at New Tech High @ Coppell in
Dallas - Jessie Daniels <https://twitter.com/JessieNYC> - Professor at the
City University of New York (CUNY), and FemTechNet supporter - Anna Smith
<https://twitter.com/anna_phd> - Educational researcher, teacher educator &
teacher; founder of #literacies chat on Twitter - Sheryl Grant
<https://twitter.com/hastac> - Director of Social Networking, HASTAC Higher
Education as a Trusted Environment for Learning
<http://connectedlearning.tv/higher-education-trusted-environment-learning>
July 29, 11am PST/2pm EST Trust in research, public scholarship, pedagogy
and distributed learning environments. How are higher education
institutions already embracing principles for creating safe, optimized and
rewarding learning? Speakers: - Jonathan Worth
<https://twitter.com/Jonathan_Worth> - Creator of the massive, open
Photography & Narrative (#Phonar) course, and a renowned British portrait
photographer - Audrey Watters <https://twitter.com/audreywatters> -
Technology and education journalist, and self-described "rabble-rouser &
recovering academic" - Howard Rheingold <https://twitter.com/hrheingold> -
Author, virtual community expert, and self-described "online instigator &
expert learner" - Sheryl Grant <https://twitter.com/hastac> - Director of
Social Networking, HASTAC *

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