Trapped

Until hearing Carol Todd speak to our class, I never knew that her daughter was around the same age as me. I remember hearing about her story, and watching the YouTube video. I can also recall the backlash and debates over her story, even in the little…

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Reflecting on the Culture of Participation

Michael Wesch presented an interesting and humorous delivery of his information about the culture of participation on the internet. Personally, it is interesting for me to reflect on just how far the internet has come in my lifetime, and wonder about the possibilities that I will see in my time, and what the generations after […]

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Strumming Some Love

Hello friends! For this weeks #LearningProject, I am going to speak to a different side of my learning journey that has arrived from many weeks of practicing guitar. Although I have been practicing this week and have an exciting video and post brewing for next week, I would like to focus on the WHY behind…

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The Power of the Internet: The Importance of Responsibility and Compassion in the Online World

The internet is a beautiful place, but it is also a very, very dark place. At the tips of our fingers, we hold so much power to put something out into the world forever, whether it be for good or for bad. I was very honored and grateful for Carol Todd (@c_todd) coming to our EDTC…… Continue reading The Power of the Internet: The Importance of Responsibility and Compassion in the Online World

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