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Dennis OConnor

Discussion Board Etiquette - 11 views

  • The Discussion Board is a vital part of communication in online learning. If all participants agree to follow a few principles of civility and professionalism, the discussion board can be a great opportunity to express opinions, share ideas, and receive feedback from peers who are engaged in the same learning objectives.
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    Excellent resource from UW-Stout Online
Christopher Lister

Nine Elements - 2 views

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    9 themes of digital citizenship from Mike Ribble's new website.
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    9 themes of digital citizenship
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    Digital citizenship can be defined as the norms of appropriate, responsible behavior with regard to technology use.
Vicki Davis

Twitter gets you fired in 140 characters or less - Technotica- msnbc.com - 0 views

  • Clay Shirky speaks of a day in the not-too-distant future when human resources departments will have the wisdom to look beyond social networking faux pas — at least in some small part because by then, everyone will have made at least one.
  • Rep. Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich., tweeted this as-it-happens update regarding his group’s location and destination:

    "Moved into green zone by helicopter Iraqi flag now over palace. Headed to new US embassy Appears calmer less chaotic than previous here."

  • This social networking comedy of errors spread like dancing hamsters across Twitter. In the retelling, "theconnor" earned the nick, "Cisco Fatty." Before the work day ended, Web sleuths revealed "theconnor's" true identity. "Theconnor" was lampooned in a popular YouTube meme. And thanks to Google Cache, the deleted content of "theconnor’s" homepage resurfaced on CiscoFatty.com, a Web site erected to commemorate this cautionary tale.
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    Students need to understand that NOTHING, I repeat NOTHING Is private. Great case study about how 140 characters got someone fired before they were even hired.
John Evans

Kids find paradise by the cell phone light? - Netiquette- msnbc.com - 0 views

  • The best we can do is teach every sprog circling adolescence how to use both their cell phones and their bodies responsibly as you would with any other tool, such as a car or a chainsaw.
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    The best we can do is teach every sprog circling adolescence how to use both their cell phones and their bodies responsibly as you would with any other tool, such as a car or a chainsaw.
Vicki Davis

Think.com - Safety & Netiquette Lesson - 0 views

      • Identify and provide examples of proper and improper netiquette;
      • Generate a list of preferred web behaviors for their class;
      • Understand and use a few Think.com content creation tools;
      • Define "safety" and describe/draw an environment that values safety;
      • Develop a greater sense of personal responsibility and web community; and
    • Define the following words: accountable, community, enforcement, environment, etiquette, inappropriate, law, netiquette, private, responsible, rule, safety.
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    Think.com's safety lesson with nets standards. Think.com is excellent to use with younger students and is very walled and has an excellent profanity filter. I highly recommend it and have personally used it for a summer blogging project. Excellent site. It also requires an extensive verification process by the participating schools.
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    Excellent digital citizenship lesson from Think.com and oracle.
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