Month: June 2016

Making Connections

Are you there, class? It’s me, Sarah. Task: Visit the blogs of your classmates and initiate conversation on at least 4 people’s posts. Not-so-secret objective(s): A key part of being engaged with an online course is connecting to… Read More

Exploring Digital Citizenship

[View the story “Models of Digital Citizenship” on Storify]

What does Digital Citizenship mean?

Talk about a loaded question. My idea of Digital Citizenship is based off of my ideas of citizenship and general “member in good standing” unspoken rules that are pretty ubiquitous amongst the various online communities I’ve been involved… Read More

Collection 1

Collection 1: Geeking Out Twitter: @sgcarstensen Barbaric Blog Yawp: a blog about me, messy and unrefined. Desert Cardinal: digital artwork. Here There Be Dragons: mindmap of a favorite subject. Music Shuffle Creative Writing Exercise: lesson plan. Bookprint Project:… Read More

Bookprint Project

Scholastic defines a BOOKPRINT as: “the list of five books that leave an indelible mark on our lives, shaping who we are and who we become.” Instructions: Brainstorm your personal canon. What books have made an impact on… Read More

Digital Humanities

𝔼ncompassing new technologies, research methods, and opportunities for collaborative scholarship and open-source peer review, as well as innovative ways of sharing knowledge and teaching, — Debates in the Digital Humanities When I started researching Digital Humanities I came… Read More