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Glenn Hervieux

The Digital Tattoo: Think Before You Ink - 3 views

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    "We all have a digital tattoo, and if we do not choose how to ink it, somebody else will. Rob McTaggart discusses how we might move the fear-based cybersafety agenda forward towards a conversation about digital empowerment and supporting our students' growth in an online world."
Rhonda Jessen

http://www.commonsensemedia.org/sites/default/files/postaphoto-ms-hs-poster.pdf - 3 views

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    Infographic (flow chart style) about questions to ask before posting a photo online.
Lisa Noble

Citing social media sources (MLA and APA) - 2 views

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    Easy to read chart on how to cite social media sources in academic work.
Lisa Noble

Do Your Students Read Critically? | Edutopia - 2 views

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    This made me say "yes!". I love using digital form to read for my book club, because my notes are all organized - I really can engage with the text, more than I normally would (and no lost sticky notes)
Lisa Noble

Tracking Elements | doug --- off the record - 6 views

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    Another amazing extension, suggested by @dougpete. I think I could do a digital literacy course for grown-ups, just based on what he suggests.
Glenn Hervieux

Synchronous Sessions, Asynchronously: Blending Meetings, Learning, and Digita... - 2 views

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    What is the relationship between synchronous and asynchronous experiences? The opportunity to learn more about digital literacy by treating both sessions as one continuous "meeting" helps define what digital literacy actually implies (the ability to move seamlessly within these various digital platforms to create one cohesive experience). How we define "meetings" is being transformed with the advent of the blending of synchronous and asynchronous experiences and I think will have a profound effect on education and professional development. What literacies will be needed to learn in these settings?
Debs Seed

Four stages of competence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 1 views

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    Can be used to describe the stages from digital illiteracy to digital fluency
Laura Hilliger

Mozilla Webmaker - 4 views

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    Mozilla Webmaker wants to help you make something amazing with the web. We've got new tools for you to use, projects to help you get started, and a global community of creators - educators, filmmakers, journalists, developers, youth - all making and learning together.
Glenn Hervieux

"Reimagining a Library Without Printed Books: One Year Later at Cushing Academy" - 2 views

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    SLJ Summit 2010: Tom Corbett, Cushing Academy on Vimeo - several interesting points, including seeing the library as not so much as the repository, but the portal to books, information and training users in digital literacy, which is a new skill set. I liked his illustration re: what is must've been like when the transition going from the horse-drawn cart and the first automobile took place, and the similarities with print to digital, etc.
Glenn Hervieux

Reeder's Writings: Here a Ning, There a Wiki...Information Overload! - 1 views

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    Here are some good tips on how to streamline the information you face on the Internet, email, etc. Like Jodie, I'm working to implement the GTD organizational system using Evernote & Web Clipper, Diigo, Google Mail, Google Reader, Twitter, Google Drive, etc. 
Brendan Murphy

Connected Learning Principles | Connected Learning - 4 views

  • Fortunately, we are also able to harness the same technologies and social processes that have powered these transformations in order to provide the next generation with learning experiences that open doors to academic achievement, economic opportunity, and civic engagement.
  • we now have the capability to reimagine where, when, and how learning takes place
  • Connected learning is not, however, distinguished by a particular technology or platform, but is inspired by an initial set of three educational values, three learning principles, and three design principles.
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  • Shared purpose
  • Production-centered
  • Openly networked
  • The principles of connected learning weren’t born in the digital age, but they are extraordinarily well-suited to it.
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