Monthly Archives: July 2016

Copyright and Fair Use

Wow!  This week has been intense.  We focused on copyright, creative commons and fair use.  This is a subject that I know very little about.  Yes, I have had the training videos, and heard the lectures.  But it wasn’t until

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Digital tattoos, open access, and social media

This week, we are looking at digital tattoos or footprints, the internet, and net neutrality.  I like to think of myself as a pretty educated individual.  I pay attention to the news and try to stay on top of what

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What is “Digital Citizenship”?

This week was the first week of my new Master’s class in Digital Citizenship.  And let me tell you I was excited.  Not because I haven’t enjoyed all the other classes and work I have been doing on my “Appy

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Final thoughts on Measurement

When we first began this class, I can promise you I was not a happy camper.  I am not a numbers girl and while trudging through the text and getting caught up in all the math, I was becoming very

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