Monthly Archives: January 2013

Digital Consumers…

This week in our course, we are reading about e-commerce and the world of digital consumerism.  I certainly have spent my fair share of time making purchases on the internet.  Using sites like EBay and Etsy, many online retailers, doing … Continue reading

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The Future of Learning?

This week in our class, we have been looking more closely at design of online courses and which is the best approach for learners.  In our set of courses, three so far, we have experienced a “face to face” course … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Understanding Copyright

  With the availability of works online, it is very important for educators to understand copyright laws.  As a teacher, I strive to teach students about being good digital citizens and the importance of giving credit to those who have … Continue reading

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Helping to create strong digital citizens

This week I have spent some time reminding my students about how to be thoughtful and caring students in our classroom.  Thinking about how to show respect for each other, how to be caring and inclusive, etc.  I have started … Continue reading

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