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Month: June 2015

Who to Follow: Eric Stoller

I started following Eric Stoller when I was studying accessibility 5 years ago. He hosted a webinar on Web accessibility and I found his presentation style on the topic thorough, concise and easily understandable for anyone…

Reflecting on Belshaw’s “Essential Elements of Digital Literacies”

My reflections for all chapters of Doug Belshaw’s “The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies” can be found on the wiki for the book under the page “Reflections by Sarah Frick” within our Nousion Reading Group…

Screencastic Fantastic

For my “Bling that Blog” post I used Screencast-o-matic to record my screen and myself at the same time to demo my site. I am always in “How-to” mode and have found screencasts are far…

Reflecting on “No Digital Facelifts”

I used Vialogues to comment and react to “No Digital Facelifts: Thinking the Unthinkable About Open Educational Experiences” video by Gardner Campbell. As a process within this tool, I was able to use Vialogues to…

Reflecting on “As We May Think”

In reading the Dr. Vannevar Bush article As We May Think, I had fun thinking about the parellels to to the modern day tools as he foresees. Credit cards, speech to text technology, GoPros, PLN’s,…

The More I Explore Digital Citizenship

I springboarded my “Explore” post by referencing Greg McVerry’s renouncement of his Digital Citizenship. My initial thought (before being tainted by the rabbit trail I went down) of his renouncement tweet was: “Then what are…

Nousion Tag Team: Research Connections

I have invited Doug Belshaw to followup with Chris Lott on the ongoing, age old “Literacy? Why not Fluency?” Debate. We will see where it goes. See the full original conversation. @fncll @dajbelshaw Maybe continue…

“Personal Cyberinfrastructure” Reflection

Reactions and reflections on  A Personal Cyberinfrastructure and A Personal Cyberinfrastructure Revisited (video), by Gardner Campbell. As someone in a teaching/tech support role in higher education, many points brought up in these works rang a…

Digital Citizenship: Don’t Hate the Buzzword Hate the Game

In this recent twitter conversation regarding the terms digital literacy and fluency, Greg McVerry (Doug Belshaw peer and promising candidate for a “Who to Follow” post) chimed in with his take on the buzzword “digital…

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