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Kelly Furey

What Social Media Accounts Should You Include on Your Resume? - 0 views

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    Social media plays a critical role in defining professional identity. This article from Levo is a great point of reference for young people looking to seperate personal and professional identity online.
Kelly Furey

The Definition Of Digital Literacy - 4 views

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    This article does a great job of defining digital literacy reflecting on the overlap between digital literacy and digital citizenship. "Digital literacy is the ability to interpret and design nuanced communication across fluid digital forms."
Kelly Furey

7 Things You Should Never Do On Social Media & What To Do Instead - 1 views

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    Social media is a critical part of our everyday lives and we are consistently challenged to adapt to the proliferation of the ever-changing digital platforms. This 7-step guide lists the top do's and don'ts of social media .
hreodbeorht

Tell Everyone by Alfred Hermida - 2 views

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    This recently published book, by a University of British Columbia journalism professor named Alfred Hermida, questions how the new culture of sharing and collaboration-and the pace of change that sharing enables-changes our lives. It's particularly interesting for us because it doesn't back away from the challenges that open access poses for us: how does being both creator and consumer change us? How does blurring the lines between these two change the way we think about the balance between copyright and the public good? Hermida doesn't tackle these last questions directly, but he provides a useful lens for thinking about our changing roles and how open knowledge and sharing need to reflect that. Considering the book's focus on sharing, it's somewhat ironic that it's not open access, but I highly recommend checking it out. It's received significant attention in the Canadian press and is exactly the kind of mainstream attention that can get conversations about open access started.
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    Not everything can be shared. Aside from the 14 reasons what makes people share knowledge is because they are trust each one with the knowledge that they will share will be beneficial to the receiver of the knowledge or learning. Knowledge is power when shared.
Kelly Furey

Social Media to Tell a Story - 1 views

Thanks for sharing slacey21! I am always excited to hear more about visual media and love that mobile users now have the opportunity to curate their own consumption.

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eglemarija

Media Smarts: Kids Learn How to Navigate the Multimedia World - 3 views

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    Teachers are discovering the value of imparting media-literacy skills, from critical analysis of news programs, commercials, and films to basic design and video-production techniques.
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    Y mediante el uso de las herramientas que nos da el acceso abierto a la información, enriquece la manera en que los docentes pueden acercar el conocimiento a sus estudiantes.
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    This is an excellent video summarizing all the skills and necessity of them in a participatory culture. Everyone is spending more and more time in the multimedia world these days, especially the youth, who can be considered the most vulnerable. An ability to perceive all the information we are getting through a critical lens is profound, as is an ability to dissect and understand the logic of multimedia. Learning the tricks of graphics, cinema, music studies (collectively called "communication studies"), young people learn to understand and create media, find new ways to express themselves efficiently in an ever-changing world and supplement the traditional ("written") curriculum, which is behind the needs of today's man. The point is illustrated nicely by George Lucas, founder of The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF): "Everybody is affected by this, and it should be taught in school." I agree 100%.
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    Re-thinking communication skills is absolutely essential for all educators, since much of the communication students are faced with during a day comes in the shape of different kinds of media. But the result of this is also that we need to address the fact that not all educators are necessarily equipped to teach about media because it's rarely included in teacher's programs (especially if you were trained twenty or thirty years ago). So the video makes a lot of good points about media-literacy and hopefully our educational systems will make sure that educators are given the tools to include this in their classrooms.
eglemarija

New media literacies - 3 views

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    Cool short video describing skills we need to be part of the participatory culture.
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    This video did a great job of illustrating the shift from critical media consumption to more participatory culture. We are no longer just consumers, we are now producers, curators and publishers. We must develop critical digital literacy skills in order to creatively express ourselves online.
koobredaer

Fair use (when creating new media), CMSI - 0 views

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    List of resources from the Center for Media & Social Impact, American University (DC). Includes best practices, guidelines, teaching materials, and info graphics for reuse. Especially helpful information about creating documentaries, etc. Interesting "Question of the Month" posts
mbittman

What does digital technology mean to you? - 4 views

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    Would you like to be included on the map? Please click on the feedback icon and tell us your thoughts. [Interactive site on Al Jazzera on digital technology.]
Diane Vahab

Media and Information Literacy for Teachers - 3 views

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    This guide for teachers published by UNESCO is available in multiple languages.
koobredaer

OpenMedia.ca - 0 views

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    Canadian community activism organization that rallies for open internet, and launched the international organization openmedia.org "OpenMedia.ca works to engage, educate and empower citizens to defend and advance their communication interests, values and rights. Engage: Through online campaigns and participatory events that resonate with everyday people, and civic engagement around media and communications policy in Canada. Educate: Through educational events high school and university presentations and workshops, and online resources.
haileyhjw

Open Culture - The Best Free Cultural and Educational Media on the Web. - 7 views

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    The best free cultural and educational media on the web
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    The best free cultural and educational media on the web
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    I already shared this web page hahaha
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    Thousands of free courses, MOOCs, hundreds of free books, audiobooks, movies textbooks,
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    The best FREE cultural & educational media on the web. Features free courses, movies, audio books, eBooks & thought-provoking daily posts.
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    erikitaymarijo, thank you for the attached list it is very helpful.
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    Some of us get our education at film school. More of us get it from The Criterion Collection, that formidably cinephilic restorer, curator, and packager of classic motion pictures from every era.
mbittman

The Social Library: How Public Libraries Are Using Social Media - 3 views

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    Like many of you, I'm connected to the Internet virtually every waking hour of my day - via computer, tablet and mobile phone. Yet I still regularly visit my local public library, in order to borrow books, CDs and DVDs. Which made me wonder: are these two worlds disconnected, or is the Social Web being integrated into our public libraries? In…
mbittman

The IRL Social Clubs - Overcoming social media isolation - 1 views

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    Back to face-to-face encounters: In an era where people flock to Facebook to find friends or communicate solely via text, a growing niche of entrepreneurs is building businesses that help people meet the old-fashioned way: in person. As digital connections have blossomed, so too has a sense of loneliness among some users.
mbittman

Top 8 Social Media Tools To Publish Like A Marketing Pro - 8 views

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    This site opens more doors to using social media tools and explains what they are and how you can connect using the various tools. These tools are making history by showing us new ways to publish our own work(s).
Valentin Dander

How to Gain Knowledge When Data Are Shared? Open Government Data from a Media Pedagogic... - 5 views

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    I dare also to share this paper which recently appeared on seminar.net. It deals with my PhD project and tries to link open government data with educational concepts, merging a critical perspective with productive approaches. If any other people in this MOOC are interested in this field, I would be truly glad to discuss these ideas and read/hear your opinions about it!
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    Using game like concept to teach kids and adults is becoming more and more recognize a great learning and teaching tool. I am also interested on using games for computer cognitive rehabilitation exercixes.
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    A very thorough paper especially useful for its careful analysis of the "flip side" of open government data. It presents the main objections raised against the OGD "paradise" and also analyses ways in which media pedagogy can alleviate these problems. It culminates in a very important question: » An educational conception towards 'governing students not to be governed (that much)' within formal, obligatory education can too easily act out what it pretends to counteract. Informal settings, however, run the risk of fortifying social injustice and privilege - if largely used by well-educated citizens and semi-experts, as assumed. «
monde3297

New ways to seek jobs by young people - 1 views

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    There are many ways young people can follow to approach job- seeking.
Leticia Lafuente López

Redes sociales y ciencia. El índice Kardashian / Social media, science & K Index - 8 views

I like this idea from the article: "Authors who are not willing to get engaged on social media are missing out on a significant opportunity,"

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