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  • Share Your Work

    Media sharing platforms like Slideshare.net are a great place to demonstrate creative skills and design talent to the world. This slide deck, titled “What Steve Said” is a perfect example of a young entrepreneur getting his work “out there” – not only seen on a media sharing platform, but also shared out to a wider […]

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    Digital FootPrints – Not The Person You Think I Am

    I have to laugh every time I try to Google myself. I happen to share a name with a very popular punk rocker from Florida. Her online presence dominates the first page ranking (FPR) of Google and it’s easy to see why. Her video and audio content is delivered on a wide variety of sharing […]

  • Digital Divide / Digital Inequality: Minding the Gap

    This week our class jumped into the issues and concepts around the idea of access and use of technology. I knew of the terms digital divide and digital inequality, but learned much more through my research about the important distinctions between the two. Let’s say I had “surface” knowledge – this was a chance to […]

  • Group Work Blues Confessions of a Loner

    I have to say that the biggest gap in my strategies for online teaching is in the success of group activities. Both of our texts in EdTech 522 spend a serious amount of time talking about how to structure and facilitate small groups in online courses. But I confess that because I’m not a huge […]

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    Curating The Fire Hose

    Curating information becomes a defining factor if you want to be known and respected in social media networks. The ability to cull through “ok” information and really provide valuable content and information to your PLN or social media followers is quickly becoming a valued and sought after skill. If you spend a lot of time on […]