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    {http://www.filetwt.com/img/logo.png} - Share files (up to 20mb) over Twitter
    Also, below is a list of people you should follow. Many of these people are authors of content you will be reading in class, others are educators who often write about digital fluency related issues on Twitter. (I have placed a star next to those who are authors of content we will be reading for class)
    (Click here to follow all these people)
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    This is me, your instructor and this is my RSS Reader fed to Twitter: @anderscj2
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  2. page Assessing online resources edited Topic: Assessing online resources – One major facet of digital literacy is knowing how to assess on…
    Topic: Assessing online resources – One major facet of digital literacy is knowing how to assess online resources. This includes reading and dissecting URLs, locating the author and host of online resources, assessing page ranking information, locating which websites link to the resource, and utilizing advanced search techniques to filter through online resources.
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    Schrock, Kathleen. (1998, June). Evaluation of world wide web sites: An annotated bibliography . ERIC digest. Retrieved March 19, 2009, from ERIC database.
    (the distributed research for the Individualized class will be asyncronous over time, future students will interact with past student work)
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    Watch the following keynote speech and engage people on Twitter in discuss the topics and issues addressed (use the hashtag #dig_fluency):
    November, Alan (May 22, 2008 ). 13th annual governor’s education summit - Afternoon featured speakers. Retrieved March 19, 2009, from Google Video Web site: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4388285787389013333&ei=Wn3CSZWgE4-WrwKSnPSgBw&q=alan+november&hl=e
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    Whenever possible engage the author in your twitter conversation by using @ replies (many of these authors are daily Twitter users and will often respond to your questions and reactions to their work)
    Add the source you find on your own and it’s summary to the class distributed reading database.
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    Drawing upon your own past experiences, write a reflective paper on the impact of digital literacy for the future of education.
    Required Weekly Readings:
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    @anderscj
    This is me, your instructor and this is my RSS Reader fed to Twitter: @anderscj2
    @smartinez
    @willrich45 *
    @irasocol
    @thecleversheep
    @brasst
    @thenerdyteacher
    @ktenkely
    @garystager
    @baldy7
    @vtdeacon
    @wmchamberlain
    @TeachPaperless
    @lthumann
    @Aaron_Eyler
    @tomwhitby
    @web20classroom
    @courosa
    @bengrey
    @coolcatteacher
    @ctscho
    @brophycat
    @anotherschwab
    @jonbecker
    @PodPirate
    @haretek
    @sschwister
    @micwalker
    @amichetti
    @sabier
    @russgoerend
    @mcleod
    @BeckyFisher73
    @jasontbedell
    @budtheteacher
    @djakes
    @shareski
    @monk51295
    @karlfisch
    @jenhegna
    @timlauer
    @berniedodge
    @mwacker
    @ShellTerrell
    @kjarrett
    @Downes
    @pcwoessner
    @ejulez
    @cwebbtech
    @ccaswell
    @mrich1911
    @ShiftParadigm
    @gwoodill
    @kevinhoneycutt
    @cheryloakes50
    @timwilson
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    @ijohnpederson
    @glassbeed
    @dajbelshaw
    @cburell
    @jutecht
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    @chrislehmann
    @cmduke
    @cogdog
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    @dwarlick
    @jackiegerstein
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    Since you are in a class of 1 we cannot rely on other students for threaded discussions. To supplement this you will use Twitter to engage other educators in conversations related to the topics from this class. You will use the hash tag #dig_fluency when you post things related to this course. The goal with this is three-fold: 1. learn how to utilize Twitter for teaching and learning; 2. achieve the social learning benefits normally gained through group discussion in a regular class; and 3. tap into the expertise of other experts on the course topic.
    If you are new to Twitter please watch the following tutorials to learn how it works:
    The Stupidest Thing You've Ever Heard Of on Prezi
    Below is a list of Twitter Tools you may find helpful:
    {http://www.goodhue.k12.mn.us/school242/genie224/images/files/twitter.png} - Microblogging - for messages 140 characters or less.
    {http://www.goodhue.k12.mn.us/school242/genie224/images/files/twittersearch.png} - Twitter Search Engine
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/bingtwitter.png} Bing Twitter Search
    {http://www.goodhue.k12.mn.us/school242/genie224/images/files/twittearth.png} - Neat site that is kind of like a mashup between Google Earth and Twitter.
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/GeoTweeters.png} - map where the people you are following are tweeting from
    {http://c0203161.cdn.cloudfiles.rackspacecloud.com/images/screenr_logo_small.png} - Twitter screencasting mashup tool
    {http://ctwittlike.appspot.com/images/logo.png} - See Twitter like someone else
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/pockets.png} - Leave a private voicemail for anyone on Twitter and they'll be notified via @reply.
    {http://chir.ps/images/logo.png?1250579435} - Allows you to tweet audio.
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11129/twitcam.png} - Stream live from your webcam on Twitter
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/yfrog.png} share images and video on Twitter
    {http://twitpic.com/images/twitpic-logo.png} Post pictures and map them on Twitter
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/lyricrat.png} - Lyric Rat is naming that tune in 140 characters or less on Twitter.
    {http://twapperkeeper.com/twapperkeeperfiles/img/twapperkeeper2.png} Twapper Keeper lets you archive #tag discussions from Twitter
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/tweetcall.png} - Post Tweets to your Twitter account via a phone call (voice).
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/tweetbook.png} - Capture your Tweets in a PDF ebook.
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/mentionmap.png} - Twitter visualization tool that lets you see how people on Twitter are connected
    {http://rss2twitter.com/images/new_logo_simple.gif} - publish rss feeds to your Twitter account
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/searchtastic.png} - Twitter search engine.
    {http://twittercounter.com/images/twittercounter.com_logo.jpg} - Twitter Analytics
    {http://twipho.net/logo_01.gif} - Search photos being shared on Twitter
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/chirpstats%281%29.png} - Twitter Analytics
    {http://tdash.org/images/logoBig.png} - Browser-based dashboard for Twitter
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/tweepi.png} - helps you identify spammers and remove them from your follow list
    {http://stickr.com/design/images/bg_logo.png} - Place post-it notes on any web page and share them on Twitter
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/cadmus.png} - Summarizes the stream of Tweets you missed since your last login. Also, tracks trending topics among people you follow (unlike the Twitter main page that only tracks trending topics across all of Twitter)
    {http://yourdraft.com/UserFiles/11140/adly.png} - Twitter Analytics
    {http://twitdoc.com/TwitDoc500.gif} - Share documents (up to 15mb), pictures (up to 10mb), and video (up to 25mb) on Twitter.
    {http://www.filetwt.com/img/logo.png} - Share files (up to 20mb) over Twitter
    Also, below is a list of people you should follow. Many of these people are authors of content you will be reading in class, others are educators who often write about digital fluency related issues on Twitter.

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