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Liked on YouTube: Making the Case for Autoethnography

Liked on YouTube: Making the Case for Autoethnography

This video or should I say lecture came in extremely useful for my mini-ethnography. I really enjoyed the conversation between teacher and student and found myself taking notes as if physical present and part of the classroom. An example of how digital can eliminate issues relating to time and space.

Liked on YouTube: Making the Case for Autoethnography https://youtu.be/gQ1H_2qkpuk

In a world where technology is ubiquitous are we forgetting about the dangers of the instantaneous generation. The psychologic and emotional development of a child is at danger here when we chose to leave our child with a random from a babysitting app. Leaving your baby with a stranger is proven to cause fear never mind the other element of stranger danger. Do parents understand that they would be emotionally damaging their child? What ever happened to that good old fashioned teenage neighbour?

 

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Eli,

This is wonderful! How did you manage to do the full MOOC in such a short period of time? Did you crash course this MOOC or was it only for a few weeks?

The reason I ask is due to my current xMOOC releasing new content at the end of each week. I’ve only completed week 2 and even i wanted to speed ahead, I can’t. I Unfortunately need to stay in line with the rest of the participants.

Linzi

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Anne!! I replied to Clare via Twitter today regarding the topic of ‘blog comments’. I said that it would be so much easier to leave voice notes , it take less time and it would feel more personal. Tone of voice speaks volumes….even if robotic lol.

Linzi

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What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains

What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKaWJ72x1rI&feature=share

 

Most of us are on the Internet on a daily basis and whether we like it or not, the Internet is affecting us. It changes how we think, how we work. Gracie and I have just giggled at this video that I found . Great animation and visual artefact that helps us digest the science behind how our brains are affected through overexposure. #mscedc