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  1. Sep 2017
    1. we who use the Web have an oppor-tunity to wield the architecture of participation to defend our freedom to create and consume digital media according to our own agendas.

      I am not sure that I fully agree here. I did not look to see when this book was written, or how old it is today, but I think I can safely say that we have already crossed into this and it has been happening for some time. We are not fully in control of what we are influenced by now when it comes to social media/new media. With ads being directed toward you and supposedly "what you like" or fake accounts that are made to steer you in a different way... I think that definitely plays a part in how we as consumers can NOT be in control. This is why digital literacies and learning the ways of the web is so important, and like the author stated before, not everybody has that "lore". We don't all come out computer literate, ready and able to take on the web and participate intelligently and its more important now than it ever has been about the dangers of navigating such technologically advanced resources.

    2. I’ve been asking myself and others how to use social media intelligently, humanely, and above all mindfully.

      Facing the latter question should help with the ones above.

  2. Jul 2017
    1. As students do their literature review and content curation, I’m interested in something other than each student keeping it in a doc or a blog page. I’m thinking about maybe using a diigo group, but also, I am thinking we should all use Zotero maybe a group? I have zero experience there, so welcome feedback.

      Is there opportunity for peer review of the literature review work?

    2. online talk in TED format

      I like this idea. Question: does it need to be TED format, or could they have more options as to how they present?