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Calculate Your Digital Footprints: Then Curate Them

I’ve written before about the need for all of us — 21st Century kids and parents — to understand just how many digital footprints we create during a single day — from email and texts to social media entries to credit card purchases to travel to smart phones and smart cards of all sorts, and much more. 414 more words

Parents And Technology

The Times They are a Changin'

Upcoming Important Dates

Thursday, October 30 – Musical Auditions 2:30 GMS Auditorium
Friday, October 31 – Halloween (not that you need to be reminded!)
Tuesday, November 4 – Election Day in Maine… 1,418 more words

Future of Journalism

7:30 am – ‘I could lift you up, I could…”, every morning the same procedure. My phone rings and with my eyes not even open I reach after my iPhone. 409 more words

Online Journalism

Speaker Announcment : Stefan Pflug

Original article written for TEDxKEA, available here :  http://tedxkea.com/speaker-announcement-stefan-pflug/

Speaker Announcement: Stefan Pflug

We live in a world of unprecedented connectivity. As the next generation of digital natives rises to the challenges of digital consumerism and presence, there are countless possibilities for both advertisers and society alike. 493 more words

Interviews

How is your Digital Repertoire?

I gather from the fact that you are reading this that you can read and write, but let’s imagine for a moment that we couldn’t… How hard would the world become to navigate and comprehend? 526 more words

Digital Natives

Reflective Summary - Digital Visitors and Residents

It has been interesting over the past couple of weeks for me to see, on this university wide course, how different people from different backgrounds of study choose to research and think about different areas. 351 more words

UOSM2033

Is it important to be Digitally Savvy?!

Are you a computer nerd? The one everyone comes to when they have a problem with their latest software update, or are you the one that dazzlingly stares at the screen bluntly exclaiming “have you tried turning it on and off again?!”. 403 more words

Digital Natives