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Implications of Cyberculture on education

Technology has revolutionised the teaching and learning experience. Broadband connects students and teachers across the world, tablet computers have taken the place of heavy textbooks, and the internet no longer requires students having to go to the library to work on research papers. 504 more words

Internet

Reflection 3: Digital fluency

Despite being unable to clearly define the attributes of digital fluency, and the ages at which children acquire these skills, I was aware of its importance. 420 more words

Reflections

How different age groups use the internet

I have two younger sisters, one who’s almost seventeen, and one who’s just eighteen. So 4th and 6th years in school. The reason I am talking about this is that I’ve always found it interesting that while there’s only five years of an age gap, there are huge differences in the way we use the internet and social media. 239 more words

Week 2 - Digital Natives

In response, I am a digital immigrant with a slight to heavy accent!  I did not grow up with technology… gaining access to a computer only once studying my undergraduate degree many years ago!   406 more words

Social Media for the 97%

According to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, approximately 97% of enterprises in NZ are small businesses. In a survey of 1000 SMEs, only 20% of businesses were using some form of social media. 414 more words

What is a digital world?

A digital world to me is the current world we are living in. It is our televisions, smartphones, computers, tablets, digital radio, and all of the luxury devices most of us take for granted. 302 more words

Education

Power vs Risk of Social Media

It dawned on me a few nights ago that apart from the odd mention to a few friends and work mates, I had made no effort to promote this blog. 470 more words