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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Mark Twain once said, “Only one thing is impossible for God: To find any sense in any copyright law on the planet.” If you have ever done any reading on copyright laws and tried to sort out all of the rules and “fine print” … Continue reading
I have a FACEBOOK account and I apprecitate it, mostly. It has been a way for me to reconnect with people whom I have not communicated with in many years and build an updated network of friends. As someone living outside of … Continue reading
Our first YIS meeting in the Loft for COETAIL Course 2 focused on digital citizenship. I recently posted Digital Citizenship, Does Delete Mean Delete after my students created blogs, using Edublog, for the purpose of sharing their school life and work with … Continue reading