Thinking About Google Spaces

I’ll start by saying I don’t know that this is necessarily a metathink write-up. Maybe this is something else entirely but it seemed to fit best here since I want only to have some wandering thoughts about it. I joined several others in the class to give Google Spaces a try. Though Heidi invited us and created a Wing It assignment out of it, my involvement in the experiment did not reach that level. I joined the group, loosely monitored Continue reading Thinking About Google Spaces

On Infographics and Accessibility

My Infographic in Venngage Though I did not make this infographic for this class (I created it in October 2015), I wanted to share it here now for my Digital Citizenship classmates to see. It is certainly relevant to our unit/collection 3 explorations as it argues for open educational resources (materials with Creative Commons licenses). Since others have been making infographics, I thought you might like to see one from Venngage. As Rebecca Missler points out in a comment on Continue reading On Infographics and Accessibility

Reflection on Twitter Assignment

Prompt: Reflect on your experience performing one of the required collection activities. What did you find most challenging? What questions remain? Why do you think I required it? What advice would you give a student if you could travel into the future and give them advice? This assignment tasked us with setting up a Twitter account (if we didn’t already have one), posting a tweet, following the instructor, and using the direct message feature. I can’t exactly reflect on my Continue reading Reflection on Twitter Assignment