Category Archives: Social Media

Digital Literacy Journey

One area of life competency that interests me is how to function effectively in a world where information and communication technologies (ICT) are rapidly changing, converging, diverging, and everything seems to be in perpetual beta. Some people seem to thrive … Continue reading

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More from NFAIS conference

E-books and new ways of presenting content digitally (that go far beyond just digitizing the way we presented information in the print world) were the theme of several presenters for the Monday sessions of the NFAIS conference. Speakers and discussions … Continue reading

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Pew – Internet & American Life

Lee Rainie, Director of Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, gave some facts  to help describe how different our world has become in the last decade. Big revolutions include: 61% of Americans now have broadband at home.  Broadband … Continue reading

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Social Media E-Portfolios (Social Media)

Matthias Oppermann, Senior Research Associate at Georgetown University with  Anne Kruse, Program Coordinator, Justin Secor, Communication Design Specialist and Marie Selvanadin, Web Application  Developer  all from Georgetown University’s  Center for New Design for Learning and Scholarship (CANDLS) The main focus … Continue reading

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