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August 4, 2018

My mother, God bless my mother because I love her to death, but people, she still pays bills by driving to the local drug store. I can’t understand it. I try to tell her, “Ma we can do this online”, but she refuses. She worries so much about her identity being taken. N...

August 4, 2018

Opps I did it again. No, I’m not signing the catchy lyrics of Brittaney Spears. I’m talking about leaving my laptop in the seat pocket of the seat in front of me on an airplane. I usually fly around 160 flight segments a year. During this time, I pull out my laptop and...

August 4, 2018

Dennen and Burner (2017) explored very interesting concepts around Facebook usage in higher education. They explored social identities, context collapse and the issues with social media presence and privacy. They found that 94% of the 159 students surveyed used Faceboo...

August 4, 2018

We all have done it before. We all have that one horror story about an assignment we actually worked on. We spent extensive hours working to complete it before the submission deadline and something goes wrong. The wheel of death freezes your computer, the black screen...

July 30, 2018

Fakebook is a great way for users to demonstrate their understanding of a person, place, thing, event, etc. The way users use Facebook to tells stories about themselves, places they’ve been, accolades they’ve achieved, events they’ve experienced, and thoughts they have...

July 29, 2018

Who remembers pen pals? For those that don’t or those who’ve never heard of it here’s a quick synopsis of a pen pal from my school experiences. I distinctly remember having two sets of pen pals. My first pen pal was another student at a school across town from the scho...

July 29, 2018

A study at Mahasarakham University in Thailand, surveyed 31 lecturers about their attitudes towards using social media for instructional use in their classes (Seechaliao, 2014). The results showed that YouTube, Facebook, and Slideshare are used regularly in instruction...

July 29, 2018

During professional learning workshops, I often ask participants how they learn new things today. The top responses are always Google and YouTube. Another quick survey I take is by asking participants to raise their hand if they do not use social media. Normally in a r...

July 23, 2018

In the year 2007, I worked as a teacher for a school district that was extremely conservative and had a no social media policy for district business. During that year, I remember a student asked me if I was on Facebook. I told her no, knowing that I was. She kept pushi...

July 23, 2018

I recently read an article about a study on college students' use of Youtube to support academic learning.  According to Alexa (2015), Youtube is the third most visited website in the world (as cited by Moghavvemi, Sulaiman, Jaafar, & Kasem, 2018). The study explored s...

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