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rhondamatrix

Writing Centers, Ethics, and Excessive Research - 1 views

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    I am interested in finding information about writing centers, in particular online writing centers, because that will likely be my area of focus if I end up doing a doctorate program. This particular website is a great compilation of research. It's not a peer-reviewed journal, but it does reference lots of articles to look up later. One of the topics I was most interested in here is students' attitudes and practices regarding research and citation of said research.
abeukema

Why Is Gawker's Top Story a Four-Year-Old Post About Vajazzling? - 0 views

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    The impact of Social Media
abeukema

Social Media Revolution 3 (4:15 version via Erik Qualman) - YouTube - 0 views

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    Social Media Video presentation
Arnaldo Robles

Mexico Detains Unlikely Band Of Alleged Drug Traffickers - 0 views

  • Mexico Detains Unlikely Band Of Alleged Drug Traffickers
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      Another U.S. source focusing to heavily on the negative aspects of Mexico.
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    Another media article published a U.S source focusing to heavily on the negative.
Luke Fellows

Social Media in the Classroom - Resources and Tips and Ideas - WeAreTeachers - 0 views

  • Should We “Like” Social Media in the Classroom?
  • Using Social Media to Boost Creativity
  • 10 Ways to Use Instagram in the Classroom
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  • Making Meaning With Social MediaHow sharing work online
  • 7 Social Media Icebreakers
  • Social Media on Pinterest
  • 5 Ways to Engage Parents Online
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    more F2F and K-12 specific but some good ideas.
Joan McCabe

The Attention-Span Myth - NYTimes.com - 0 views

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    Interesting rant on how technology affects attention span is a myth.
Maria Guadron

Commons:Reusing content outside Wikimedia - Wikimedia Commons - 0 views

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    Reusing wikimedia content outside Wikimedia
Maria Guadron

Wikimedia Commons - 0 views

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    Wikimedia Commons
b malczyk

Personality and online presence - 0 views

  • The literature suggests factors such as extraversion, emotional stability and openness to experience are related to uses of social applications on the Internet
  • people who are more emotionally stable will use socialmedia less frequently, was also supported.
  • worrisome individuals tend to use socialmedia more frequently
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  • socialmedia use
  • extraversion was positively related to socialmedia
  • extraversion and socialmedia use was particularly important among the young adult cohort
  • emotional stability turned out to be negatively related to the usage of these online social applications,
  • men with greater degrees of emotional instability were more regular users
  • Results revealed that while extraversion and openness to experiences were positively related to socialmedia use,
  • eing open to new experiences emerged as an important personality predictor of socialmedia use for the more mature segment of the sample.
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    This study looks at facebook utilization and personality traits
Lisa Martin

Minority Women, Media, and Body Image - 1 views

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    Effects of portrayal of beauty in the media on minority women.
ian august

Confessions of an Aca/Fan: Archives: A New Culture of Learning: An Interview with John ... - 0 views

  • . In fact we encourage that kind of exploration. It is how children explore and gain information about the world around them.
  • Can you share some of what you learned about student-directed learning
  • What we are essentially doing when we move to student-directed learning is undermining our own relatively stable (though I would argue obsolete) notions of expertise and replacing them something new and different.
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  • One of the key arguments we are making is that the role of educators needs to shift away from being expert in a particular area of knowledge, to becoming expert in the ability to create and shape new learning environments. In
  • You get to see students learn, discover, explore, play, and develop, which is the primary reason
  • We take it as a truism that kids learn about the world through play.
  • known that at that age, play and learning are indistinguishable. The premise of A New Culture of Learning is grounded in the idea that we are now living in a world of constant change and flux, which means that more often than not, we are faced with the same problem that vexes children. How do I make sense of this strange, changing, amazing world? By returning to play as a modality of learning, we can see how a world in constant flux is no longer a challenge or hurdle to overcome; it becomes a limitless resource to engage, stimulate, and cultivate the imagination. Our argument brings to the fore the old aphorism "imagination is more important than knowledge." In a networked world, information is always available and getting easier and easier to access. Imagination, what you actually do with that information, is the new challenge
  • users are not so much creating content as they are constantly reshaping context
  • how we learn is more important than what we learn.
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    great article on models and theories of teaching in the new media technology age
ian august

New Media Literacies - 1 views

  • On the other hand, the one life perspective says it is time to help students blend their two lives into an integrated, meaningful approach to living in the digital age.
  • It says that the technology that kids use is too expensive, problematic, or distracting to integrate into teaching and learning. It says that issues concerning the personal, social, and environmental impacts of living a digital, technological lifestyle are tangential to a school curriculum. Above all, it says that kids will have to figure out how to navigate the digital world beyond school on their own and puzzle through issues of cyber safety, technological responsibility, and digital citizenship without the help of the educational system.
  • It says that if we don't understand that schools are exactly the place for kids to learn how to use technology not only effectively and creatively but also responsibly and wisely, then heaven help us all.
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  • Should we consider students to have two separate lives--a relatively digital free life at school and a digitally saturated life away from school--or should we consider them to have one life that integrates their lives as students and digital citizens?
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    should we embrace technology in the classroom and teach kids how to use it?
Diane Gusa

Media Richness, Social Presence and Technology Supported Communication Activities in Ed... - 0 views

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    When planning or conducting an instructional activity it is a good idea to consider both media richness and social presence to ensure that the technologies chosen to support activities will contribute most effectively to the planed activity.
Diane Gusa

Users of the world, unite! The challenges and opportunities of Social Media - 0 views

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    this article intends to provide some clarification on social media. We begin by describing the concept of Social Media, and discuss how it differs from related concepts such as Web 2.0 and User Generated Content. Based on this definition, we then provide a classification of Social Media which groups applications currently subsumed under the generalized term into more specific categories by characteristic: collaborative projects, blogs, content communities, social networking sites, virtual game worlds, and virtual social worlds. Finally, we present 10 pieces of advice for companies which decide to utilize Social Media.
ian august

Can YouTube enhance student nurse learning? - 0 views

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  • students becoming powerful consumers of education and demanding up-to-date interesting and interactive models of teaching and support.
  • Hall (2010) acknowledges that there are benefits to technological approaches in teaching and learning, but rejects the idea that technology is a “panacea” for the netgen (net generation). Skiba (2007, p.100), however, strongly argues that these emerging technologies “will transform the way nursing education is offered” in the future.
  • Today's students are experienced in digital interaction from an increasingly early age
  • The first benefit to using YouTube in teaching and learning is that it is a recognised tool from the digital environment of the netgen
  • already being used as both an informal and formal learning tool by many
  • it can be accessed anywhere at any time.
  • students can engage with their learning at a time and place to suit them.
  • YouTube as a tool in the classroom can lead to increased engagement in several key ways.
  • keeps students' attention focused. This is especially pertinent in the digital era with the reducing attention span
  • visual methods of delivery is an established method of keeping material ‘memorable’
  • Therefore our students no longer need to trudge to the library and join a waiting list to access a suitable supporting material.
  • Kellner and Kim 2009 Kellner, D., Kim, G., 2009. YouTube, Critical Pedagogy and Media Activism: An Articulation. Accessed online at http://gseis.ucla.edu/faculty/kellner/2009_essays.html.Kellner and Kim (2009) confirm that UTers (YouTube users) who responded to a video either through text comments or video responses showed higher motivation in the discussion.
  • ouTube offers a medium to provide multiple viewpoints to provoke comparison within the lecture environment .
  • YouTube opens the door to find alternative representations of anything you might want to say
  • Freeman and Chapman, 2007 B. Freeman and S. Chapman, Is “YouTube” telling or selling you something? Tobacco content on the YouTube video-sharing website, Tobacco Control 16 (2007), pp. 207–210. Full Text via CrossRef | View Record in Scopus | Cited By in Scopus (27)Freeman and Chapman (2007) point to the risk of YouTube being used as a mode of subversive advertising and report on a wide range of underhand tactics used by tobacco companies to sponsor their products.
  • Kellner and Kim 2009 Kellner, D., Kim, G., 2009. YouTube, Critical Pedagogy and Media Activism: An Articulation. Accessed online at http://gseis.ucla
  • Therefore the role of the lecturer is to stimulate discussion
  • They describe this as the: ‘process of video postings as self education, UTers thus practice the pedagogy of learning-by-doing as “performative pedagogy” that they effectively engage in their everyday lives as a fundamental process of meaning-making’ (Kellner and Kim, 2009, p. 15).
  • Good techniques to use are presenting alternative sides of arguments and allowing discussions about the appropriateness of choices.
  • YouTube is a resource of user-generated content with no quality regulation
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    benefits of using youtube to learn, and some constraints
ian august

PLAYBACK: Nurturing Student Interest Through Digital Tools | Spotlight on Digital Media... - 0 views

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    Article to read on online courses promoting learning
ian august

Domestic Grantmaking : Digital Media & Learning - MacArthur Foundation - 0 views

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    digital media projects, and research
ian august

You Media - 0 views

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    project archives
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