Update 2/13/2014: An audio podcast recording of this presentation is available on “Fuel for Educational Change Agents.”
These are the slides for a presentation I’m sharing Wednesday evening titled “Managing Digital Footprints – for grandparents.” This is the description I added to the slides in SlideShare:
This is a presentation shared by Dr. Wesley Fryer on March 12, 2014, at Church of the Resurrection in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The presentation explored what “digital footprints” are, why it’s important for parents and grandparents to have regular conversations with young people about their digital footprints, how many misconceptions abound concerning teen use of social media, and what we can do to manage our digital footprints constructively.
I’m quoting extensively from danah boyd’s February 2014 book, “It’s Complicated: the social lives of networked teens.” It’s an outstanding book I highly recommend.
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- Science Education from a Technology Leader's Perspective by David Thornburg - 2009
- K12 Horizon Report (CoSN 2009) - 2009
- The Challenges of Web 2.0 by Bob Martin - 2009
- Spinning history and the means of publication - 2008
- Debating Ataturk, more bans on user created content - 2007
- PictureAustralia with Flickr - 2006