Ending Public Shaming

Monica Lewinsky’s in depth presentation “The Price of Shame” shows us her background and struggles with online public shaming while giving us her advice on how society can begin to approach and solve these online issues positively. As Lewinsky stated in her presentation “We need to return to a long-held value of compassion- compassion and… Continue Reading →

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Until Death Do Us Part

What are the implications of our students when it comes to the permanence of digital identity? Our students need to understand that what they post is completely permanent, and that nothing is ever private. This means that students need to be sure about what they are uploading, and sure of why they are uploading it. […]

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P.I. Daniels

Ryan Brass real person or AI bot? Okay, okay.. I can vouch for Ryan. He is indeed a real person. Ryan & I go way back, I’m talking diaper days. When Cyber Sleuthing Ryan, I went incognito using Chrome.  I even took extra cautionary measures &…

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The On- and Off-Line World

As a first-year education student, the young ones that I will be teaching in the future will never know a world without the internet and social media. They will have digital identities before they step foot in my classroom, and in some cases before they are even born. In some cases, I don’t think it would […]

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