Can You Spot The Fake?

“According to a Stanford study, only 25% of high schools students were able to identify an accurate news story compared to a fake one.” –The Problem with Fake News byJohn Spencer Reading between the lines has taken on a whole new meaning thanks to the term ‘fake news’. Now Mr. Trump might believe that he […]

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What did I agree to?

https://giphy.com/embed/3orieWNnUuuFa0y1NKvia GIPHY While looking into the apps I’m using I wanted to learn more about their terms and conditions.  You know, that list of stuff that everyone maybe skims and mostly skips? Here is one for Snapchat it’s easy to use since it gives the actual terms and conditions with some simplified versions of each term […]

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Down the Rabbit Hole

via GIPHY It’s time to start my major project for my ECI 832 media literacies and digital citizenship class.  I feel like I am falling down the rabbit hole of all things technological with Alec Couros again.  For this project I hope to learn more about different apps.  Maybe this will give me an opportunity […]

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