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Digital life is just…regular life

Yesterday, before the feature film (Inception, if you haven’t seen it, do) started, my boyfriend and I got to see an interesting trailer. The title of the film is The Social Network. And when you see the sans serif white … Continue reading

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I guess this is goodbye :'(

Yesterday was our last day in Digital Media Literacy with Dr. Osborne. It’s been a fascinating four weeks. Looking back, I have no idea how we all accomplished the things we did in such a short time. We must be … Continue reading

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Digital natives get frustrated too

So…I’ve exceded my media limit. After a full ten minutes of trying to figure out why my YouTube video wouldn’t post in my last blog, I finally figured it out. And then I was more frustrated than ever. I didn’t … Continue reading

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E-Literature: Enthusiasm Manufacturer

“The Electronic Literature Organization was founded in 1999 to foster and promote the reading, writing, teaching, and understanding of literature as it develops and persists in a changing digital environment. […] the ELO includes writers, artists, teachers, scholars, and developers.” … Continue reading

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Shreddies–Knitted by Nanas!

A few of my classmates, whose blogs you can find here and here, have been discussing the idea of teaching advertsing in the classroom. I find it to be a fantastically wonderful idea! Not having ever been taught anything about … Continue reading

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The Age of Facebook: or Civilzation’s New Cocaine

With over 500 million active users, Facebook it a force to be reckoned with. It’s like the gulf stream, affecting everything. It’s more than 500 times more powerful than the New York Times. 500! Take everyone who watched the exciting … Continue reading

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Comixed.com

Every article we have read has proven the same point over and over:¬†Generation Y¬†students are more engaged in a learning activity when it involves technology or new media. As teachers who didn’t grow up using new media or technology any … Continue reading

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