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Rhondda Powling

Teaching Ethics in the Age of Technology | User Generated Education - 2 views

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    "Ethical decision-making should be included as a 21st century skill (overused term but don't know of an alternative).  Some would profess that ethical decision-making has always been a needed skill.  But we are living in the most complex era of human history.  Information access and abundance, and emerging technologies are advancing, and being developed and disseminated at rates that the human mind often cannot comprehend.  Now more than ever ethics should be integrated into young people's educations."
Roland Gesthuizen

RADIO PRANK CALLS: THE RULES - 3 views

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    "The death of a nurse in the 2DayFM prank call to Kate Middleton's hospital is a tragic outcome for what should have been harmless fun…if the rules had been followed."
Rhondda Powling

Facts & Questions on Blogging, Curating & Collecting - 1 views

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    What is the difference between blogging and curation if they are both about finding and sharing great content?  According to Deanna Dahlsad at Kitsch-Slapped, is the focus. While bloggers often cover anything that interests them as the are online where as curators are characterized by a strong focus on a specific topic.  
Rhondda Powling

Photo Tampering Throughout History - 5 views

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    A good collection of digital photo manipulation in mass media imagery. Compiled by Dr. Hany Farid from Dartmouth. \n
John Pearce

26 Learning Games to Change the World | Mission to Learn - 0 views

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    Mission to Learn contains links to 26 ethical games, some browser based and others for download. Most are free though in most instances donations are encouraged. From a World Without Oil through Darfur is Dying to a very alternate version of the Golden Arches in the McDonald's Video Game these game offer a very different perspective on gaming to World Of Warcraft.
anonymous

JabbaMatheez 40S (Winter 2008): Digital Ethics - 0 views

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    Blogging is a very public activity. Anything that gets posted on the internet stays there. Forever.
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