Thanks for getting this thread started, @laura. Having missed the webinar I forgot it was still available.
That is one of the things I am struggling with in #ccourses anyway; what central hub to go to when I get behind and somewhat disoriented. Good thing for me to consider, now that I am considering it, as I hope this exercise helps to sensitize me more to my students who may also feel disoriented at times.
I suppose it may be useful to attend to the recording to better contextualized what you are asking, though I do want a touch more clarification about the readings you referenced. This is something I have particularly missed in #ccourses, namely one or two common readings to help share a common foundation for the presenters and discussants (most of whom, thankfully, in the spirit of sharing knowledge and power structures, are somewhat seamless to participants, or at least to me). Are there any? I find blogs somewhat overwhelming and somewhat inconsistent at times, so miss shared texts to ground initial responses.
Do these things exist?