Our Right to Forget and Be Forgotten

Originally posted at The Educators’ Cafe.

By Giulia Forsythe
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I watched the last ETMOOC Topic 3 Digital Literacy – Information, Memes & Attention webinar “Who Owns Your Education Data? (and Why does it matter?) by Audrey Watters last night.  Audrey opened the session by saying that she hoped to drop a few ‘THOUGHT BOMBS‘ in our heads about who owns our data. …

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Our Right to Forget and Be Forgotten

By Giulia Forsythe

By Giulia Forsythe

I watched the last ETMOOC Topic 3 Digital Literacy – Information, Memes & Attention webinar “Who Owns Your Education Data? (and Why does it matter?) by Audrey Watters last night. Audrey opened the session by saying that she hoped to drop a few ‘THOUGHT BOMBS‘ in our heads about who owns our data.…

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What Does It Mean to be Digitally Literate?

On my drive to work this morning, the Roger, Darren and Marilyn were discussing how the “older” generation folks they have in their lives were struggling with things like Facebook, Twitter, Smartphones and things of this ilk. I found this discussion rather interesting for a number of reasons, first, I wonder if the likes of Roger, Darren & Marilyn might have been familiar with these tools five years ago; second, I was amazed (as I always am) at the speed of change when it comes to ICT; but third, I was pondering this discussion in light of the discussion led by Audrey Watters yesterday evening for #ETMOOC.…

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Digital Literacy Definitions Are Neither True Nor False…

Words can be slippery.

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