Tag: misinformation

Perseverance

Perseverance Welcome back to base camp. This week I also posted the following: A Turning Point – Learning Event #5 – As you identify the arc of your story, which story are you currently living? Documenting Instructional use of Technology in Higher Education – Last week I shared a piece of research that unpacks the…

The Internet is a Crime Scene

The Internet is a Crime Scene Welcome back friends. I hope you…and those around you…are safe. This week I worked on the following: Accessible and Approachable – We must make intellectual work accessible, and accessible work intellectual. Monkeys Throwing Feces – Some insight as my partner decides to leave social media for the foreseeable future.…

Shocked, but not surprised

Shocked, but not surprised A lot has happened in the world of technology and education since our last issue. A lot of news that we should cover. There are times that a story eclipses all others and I need to try and unpack all of the angles. Sadly, the events of January 6th, 2021 require…

Deadnaming

Deadnaming Digitally Lit #272 – 12/12/2020 Welcome back. This is the last issue of the newsletter for 2020. I’ll continue to blog and work behind the scenes. But…I’ll see you back in the new year. This week I worked on the following: Taming the Digital Dragon – Don’t slay the digital dragon. Hug the digital…

Little Worlds

Little Worlds Digitally Lit #270 – 11/28/2020 Welcome back. Take a look around. This week I worked on the following: Little Things Add Up to Big Things – Focus on the little things, the practices that lead to the behaviors and build habits. Learning Strategies – My students asked for an overview and synthesis of…

Guided Apophenia

Guided Apophenia Digitally Lit #268 – 11/14/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate. Dear Frog, This Water Is Now Boiling This week I worked on the following: Are you busy or productive? – Busy work, or busy time is unproductive. Begin Owning Your Online Content – If you want to begin owning your content online, you…

Butterfly Attacks

Butterfly Attacks Digitally Lit #265 – 10/24/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #265. Thanks for showing up this week. I appreciate you. This week I worked on the following: Innovation & Execution – When innovating, ideas without implementation mean nothing. Basically, talk is cheap. Back things up with action. How to cultivate self-awareness…

Toxic Positivity

Toxic Positivity Digitally Lit #264 – 10/17/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #264. Thanks for showing up this week. I appreciate you. This week I worked on the following: Be the Documentarian of Your Life – Document your thinking online to lead to new inspiration. Protect Your Center – The challenges and opportunities…

How The Truth Was Murdered

How The Truth Was Murdered Digitally Lit #263 – 10/10/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #263. Let’s face it, a lot happens each week in the news. A lot of important bits and pieces. I use this space each week to take time to highlight the things you need to know and provide…

The Case for Quarantining

The Case for Quarantining Digitally Lit #262 – 10/3/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #262. This week I worked on the following: Become a Digitally Literate Educator – I’m building up an open, online course for educators in Pre-K up through higher ed that want to be digitally literate in teaching, learning, &…