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  1. Blog post by Ana Cristina with links to valuable resources on digital citizenship.
    Tags: , by Wayne Mackintosh (2018-10-31)
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  2. Although focused on the school level, this info graphic provides a useful comparison of the elements of "traditional" citizenship compared to digital citizenship.
    Tags: by Wayne Mackintosh (2018-06-25)
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  3. https://bookmarks.oeru.org/bookmarks.php/sunnyhaze206?action=add
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  4. Published in 2002, but still relevant in 2018, the purpose of this paper was to explore certain elements of pedagogical theory that could provide a framework for empirical research aimed at enhancing practice in online teaching and learning. Learning analytics (then referred to as "data mining") demonstrated that the 14 workers (Proactive Participation Sub-group) attained an average GPA of 5.43, while the 17 lurkers (Peripheral Participation Sub-group) attained an average GPA of 5.41. Given that the academic performance of the lurkers was on average not much less than that of the workers, it seems reasonable to suggest that the notion of learning through legitimate peripheral participation is indeed efficacious.
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  5. José Luis Carrasco-Sáez
    Marcelo Careaga Butter
    María Graciela Badilla-Quintana
    Tags: by citizenmoderna (2018-04-05)
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    Tags: by citizenmoderna (2018-04-05)
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    Anthony McCosker (Swinburne University of Technology)
    Tags: by citizenmoderna (2018-04-05)
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  8. Useful introductory resource on Internet literacy published by the Council of Europe. Structured using "Fact sheets" on a wide range of related topics.
    Tags: , by Wayne Mackintosh (2018-02-19)
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  9. Article exploring the rate of change associated with the "4th industrial revolution" and the implications for the future of work.
    Tags: , by Wayne Mackintosh (2017-09-05)
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  10. Interesting TED talk by the economise, David Autor that explores the parodox: Despite a century of creating machines that replace work, the proportion of Amercans with a job has gone up for the past 125 years.
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