Category Archives: Digital Literacy

Can the #blogosphere be seen as a revitalising influence on the #publicsphere ? #WEB206

                TUTOR: Do you agree with the suggestion in Walker’s article (last week’s readings) that the blogosphere can be seen as a revitalising influence on the public sphere? And, in tandem with this: … Continue reading

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RE: Your experience of the Internet?

In response to our “first internet experiences”, a fellow student wrote the following: My first experience of the internet was using my house-mate’s dial up connection and talking with people in the USA. I found it fascinating that I could … Continue reading

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#NET102 – Internet and Everyday Life

Yes, I know… it’s been a while between pitstops. But, in my defence, my last post was about the creation of a web site for my previous unit of study… boy, did that take up my last twelve weeks! I … Continue reading

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#PWP121 – Writing Online

    ‘Shareholders to Google: Don’t Be Evil, Stop Dodging Taxes‘ by citizens4taxjustice is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) license / Cropped from Original.  TUTOR: For our topic of online writing, we invite you … Continue reading

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#MED104 – 3.2 – Assessing credibility and authority online

TUTOR: Take a moment and ‘unpack’ the way we read online. In the context of this week’s topic, this means thinking about how notions of credibility, editorship, control and open source effect our consumption (and indeed ‘prosumption’) of news information … Continue reading

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