Month: June 2019

A Brief History of Copyright in the United States I made a very Brief History of Copyright in the United States timeline from information from copyright.gov website (linked above). I…

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Intellectual property is an interesting topic especially when it comes to the digital age. I do believe that we should have copyright laws and people should have ownership and have…

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THINK OUT LOUD! Exploring Digital Citizenship Readings 1 – A Domain of One’s Own Readings 2 – Digital Literacies Readings 3 – Web Literac(y)(ies) Readings 4 – Digital Citizenship (2.0?)…

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I recently took this photo of our puppy and loved the comparison of him from when we adopted him at a month old to now. He has grown so much…

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I decided to look at two posts from fellow students on their reflections on digital literacies. Since this is one of the main focuses of this class I thought it…

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Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism Vaccinating your child seems to be a constant issue and debate among young parents. I am a very natural mom and individual and been called…

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My view on digital literacy has definitely expanded over the last few weeks. Before this class the concept of digital citizenship never crossed my mind. I used the internet for…

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Digital Citizenship vs. Digital Literacy – Is There a Difference? 2017 – There are four levels of digital literacy according to The New Work Order (p30), including: 1 A digital muggle, requiring…

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Mike Caulfield: Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers The following organizations are generally regarded as reputable fact-checking organizations focused on U.S. national news: Politifact Factcheck.org Washington Post Fact Checker Snopes Truth be…

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