Here are my two questions for the meeting:
1) How can we bring the conversations that are happening in critical educational technology communities to faculty (and particularly contingent or new faculty)? To students? To what extent is it possible to have critical conversations about (for example) course platform selection? How can we facilitate those conversations across diverse disciplinary boundaries especially accounting for the kind of labor that it takes not only to learn about open-source / open-access resources but also to actually use them?
2) In what kinds of ways might social annotation platforms reinscribe OR challenge normativ(izing) classroom dynamics that we encounter in face-to-face settings? In other words, in what ways might social annotation make it easier, or less easy, for certain student voices to flourish and for others to disappear? What kinds of design or technical considerations might facilitate different outcomes?