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Thing 4 – Digital Security

Not the first time I’ve quoted this song on this blog, but when a band writes a song based on Orwell’s 1984 and you’re talking about privacy and security in the 21st century it’s hard not to think of this song. Although, if we consider Neil Postman’s book Amusing Ourselves to Death we must consider…

By JR January 11, 2019 0

Thing 3 – Digital Footprint

Overview As I mentioned in the previous post, most of what we could read this week sounds familiar. From some of the warnings/cautions espoused by professors during my undergrad days, through to what I read a bit more widely online. Most of the advice circles social media, of course, the likeliness of people having FB,…

By JR January 7, 2019 0

That’s a Wrap

One final post for the 9x9x25 challenge I hadn’t anticipated. Looking back over the posts I had no idea that I would write as much as I did. Sure I could, in theory, have started blogging alone, but overall it was the group of people gathered together through eCampus Ontario (big H/T to Terry) that…

By JR January 4, 2019 0

Our First EdTech SLAM!

It’s not quite in the same flavour as the poetry slams I’ve attended, and no chanting at those who go over time, “you bastard, you’ve ruined it for everyone, but it was well worth it.” Today I facilitated the first EdTech SLAM! for our academic technology support group, and it’s December so the group was…

By JR December 12, 2018 3