Category Archives: Course 2

Course 2 Final Project: Acceptable Use Policies

AUPs = one small piece of a much bigger puzzle Background I joined forces with Michelle Laudermilk for our final project. Michelle and I are both the lone COETAILers at our schools right now and were able to connect through … Continue reading

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Video: Ethics of Linkings (Jay Rosen/NYU)

Discovered via Wes Fryer’s blog “The Ethic of the Link, Hyperlinked Writing, and Mainstream Media Link Hangups” Ethic of Web (via links) = connecting people with knowledge

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Hyperlinks: Under Appreciated?

When I first saw the Week 5 references to hyperlinks, I first thought, “What’s the big deal?” Using hyperlinks is such a natural part of using the web that I really didn’t think about them much.  I have been more … Continue reading

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Privacy Matters

I recently saw a post by John Mikton titled “No Privacy, please”** which really caught my attention. With all the readings about online privacy, digital footprints and shadows during this course his article really helped put it into some perspective. … Continue reading

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Bullying: According to Who?

Reading danah boyd‘s article “‘Bullying’ Has Little Resonance with Teenagers”I reflected on bullying I observed and experienced as a kid. I realized I didn’t label situations as ‘bullying’ or people as ‘bullies’. I remember behaviors of individuals and groups and … Continue reading

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