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The AIDS Memorial

An AIDS quilt for the digital age, The AIDS Memorial Instagram page remembers the people lost to AIDS using photos and captions submitted by those who knew and loved them. Each individual's story of joy, love, loss, or heartbreak gives insight into the emotional impact of the epidemic. Created in April 2017 and driven by personal submissions from around the world, the account serves as a globally...

https://www.instagram.com/theaidsmemorial/
Frankenbook

The young scientist Victor Frankenstein created his peculiar Creature in an unconventional experiment. Two centuries later, Frankenbook, a collaborative reading experiment, lets readers interact in unusual ways with Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's novel Frankenstein, which explores the moral implications of science and technology. Visitors to this website can scroll through Shelley's original 1818...

https://www.frankenbook.org/
Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast

This podcast for college or university educators explores how to facilitate learning more effectively, covering themes like instructional design, educational technology, open education, diversity and inclusion, and creativity in teaching. Most episodes are 30-45 minutes long and feature an interview with a guest who works in higher education. Some of the most popular past episodes highlight the...

https://teachinginhighered.com/episodes/
Pew Research Center "Future of the Internet" Report

The rise of AI, critiques of capitalism, and "tele-everything" are just a few of the topics that the Pew Research Center asked a panel of experts to weigh in on for this report. In all, 915 researchers, activists, business leaders, policy wonks, and innovators from a variety of sectors including government, technology, academia, nonprofits, and think tanks were asked to reflect on how the global...

https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/2021/02/18/experts-say-...
The SciCommer

The SciCommer is a weekly roundup of the latest news in science communication from around the world. This free, UK-based newsletter is delivered to inboxes every Tuesday. A typical issue includes links to current news with a brief summary of each story, a Learning section spotlighting training and educational resources, audiovisual stories (Watch and Listen), upcoming events (SciComm Diary), and...

https://thescicommer.substack.com/