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Editor’s Choice: Why Every EdTech Group Needs a DKC

I’m trying to tackle a topic that I’ve been mulling over more or less since the Center opened: Why I think every edtech group should have a student support organization like the DKC.

There’s a long history of how we ended up where we are with our Center, and there’s a lot of unpacking that I’m still doing about why we may have resisted this idea for quite some time. I’ve decided to save that for another post — partly because it would make this (already ridiculously long) post epically long, and partly because I’m interested in addressing some of the reasons for resisting a DKC separately. I’m really interested, in fact, on hearing from colleagues at other institutions about their perceptions of how student support should or could (or does) work within their own edtech groups.

So, putting aside that history and those interesting questions, I’m going to focus solely on why I think the DKC has quickly become an integral part of our unit and how other edtech groups (who don’t have something similar) might benefit.

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This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Jordan Bratt based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: Roger L. Martínez-Dávila, Maria Manuel Borges, Jonathan Roberts, Patrizia Rebulla, Jeanne Gillespie, Myriam Mertens, Jonathan Reeve