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  1. Mar 2018
    1. Well, where to begin? My experience of #lida101 has demonstrated that my learning style has changed dramatically from my previous experience in formal learning environments. This course has taught me that I am an inconsistent learner (I didn’t always follow  instructions, learning plans or syllabus prompts, nor did I complete all the tasks). I have to acknowledge that I no longer follow a linear pattern of learning. Somewhat embarrassingly, I have become that student that just does their own thing, pottering around distractedly, probably much to the frustration of the t

      I can relate to this so much. It's been about 10 years since I've actually been in a college classroom and I miss it because everyone has their own learning styles and I like being around people. But what I've learned about doing this online course about myself is while I am that student who does go off track and does her own thing I don't necessarily think that it's a bad thing. And I say that because we are creating our own personal learning environment and that does mean us branching out into different places and doing different things. Learning in this digital age you have so many resources in there so many people to communicate with but at the end of the day it's still just you working with that piece of technology. And I've always been one to March to the Beat of My Own Drum and do my own thing but I've learned lots of different things and I will continue to learn different things despite my faults. I hope you can relate.

    1. Digital literacy is not about the skills of using technologies, but how we use our judgment to maintain awareness of what we are reading and writing, why we are doing it, and whom we are addressing.

      This is so true many people don't think about the logic and reasoning as to why they choose to do what they want with devices. People don't look at all the possibilities when it comes to posting that picture or editing it... There's just so much with technology it can be scary.