Tag Archives: digital equity

A Systems Approach to Digital Equity

This second of three posts explores the deep equity space in more detail. Rather than a dominant narrative for digital equity it’s important to consider the different social and cultural perspectives. It requires us to work urgently while at the same time take a systems approach to digital equity.

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The Ecosystem of Digital Equity

This post seeks to explore the Aotearoa New Zealand context and identifies critical interactions that might make initiatives towards digital equity more successful. This work is urgent and important…and complex.

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Reflections on a Learning City

From 12-18 October Ako Ōtautahi Learning City Christchurch convened a series of learning events with a focus on equity, access and innovation. Originally planned to take place in May, the Learning Days events were reformatted for the times and the seeds of ideas for 2021 were planted.

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Digital Learning 2025

The following Reflection from the Future is a provocation for equity of access to digital technologies for our rangatahi, our young people. It is intended as a thought piece to create a conversation, not as a blueprint for the future. It’s important to be thinking about this now though, as schools step forward to onsite learning once more. There is an opportunity right now to think differently. It requires us all to work together. What happens in 2025 depends on what we do now. 

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