For our current and final course, Creating Digital Collections II, every student was tasked with creating a 3D model of an object that has significance to them in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, both on a personal level as well as relating to some larger societal themes. As would becomeSee Full Post

The Social Dilemma Poster

In the last tutorial session for the “Transformations in Digital Cultures” course, we discussed the concept of “technomoral change”, which Tsjalling Swierstra described as “The phenomenon that technology and morality mutually shape each other.” (2015, p. 11) It specifically raises concerns about the less tangible kinds of impacts, which heSee Full Post

Picture of my desk

On: Distance and Intimacy in a Zoom class I click “join” on Zoom. I check myself and the background in the pop-up screen before I confirm joining, to see if I look put-together enough for class. As soon as I join the room, I’m greeted with a wall of facesSee Full Post


Welcome to this blog once more! This will be the first post (that remains) on my blog, so I’d like to share some overall view of my experiences in this program so far. I think it’s no exaggeration to say that EVERYONE is currently having to readjust to a worldSee Full Post