WWW literacies and the importance of self archiving
Mon, Oct 20 2014 17:30 | #ccourses, cMOOC, EDDE801, InformationLiteracy, MediaLiteracy, MOOC, PhD, WebLiteracy, xMOOC
Here we are, week 2 of module 3 (so week 6) and half-way through the formal run of connected courses. I spent most of last week catching up with stuff that was piling up in my Pocket account from previous weeks. In all honesty I wasn't quite sure what to make of this module. Pretty much all of the things that were readings failed to spark my imagination, given that I had either read similar
Personal cyberinfrastructure - neat idea...but...
This week, the main topic of DS106 seems to be personal cyberinfrastucture, and the reading from Gardner Campbell associated with this week is available on Educause. It was an interesting reading, and a short one at that. The main idea is that instead of giving students a prepackaged webspace where they can only run HTML (or maybe PHP), get them a free virtual server where they can run anything
Facebook or Tattoo?
A while back this posting came out from the Chief Security guru at the UMass Boston campus regarding the information you post on Facebook and how, by using it, you may potentially self-sabbotage future opportunities at jobs (or ever higher education). While there is some good advice given in the article, namely:Make sure that you allow only people that you know for sure as friends and give them the