mamaskoc (amazing in nehiyawe). I will say that this has been one incredible journey. I have gained so much knowledge about what it means to be a digital citizen, as well as learning and experiencing the various apps. I began using WeVideo to teach about the nêhiyawêwin language, and it became a passion. I enjoyed […]Continue reading
Author: Jeff Cappo
An interview with àtayohkan Amanda Brace
The legend (àtayohkan ) Amanda Brace speaking on Digital CitizenshipContinue reading
a whirlwind, and exciting journey
Hello everyone, I wanted to share a little about my journey into the digital citizenship world and technology. I began the class with some anxiety as I was stepping out of my comfort zone and having to take the course online. I was like the person below in the picture, feeling overwhelmed. I was confused […]Continue reading
My understanding of ethics online and in person.
As citizens, we all must be ethical and share integrity, whether online or in real life. I always thought of myself as an informed citizen with ethics and integrity as part of my upbringing. Until this course, I truly understood what it meant to be a digital citizen. I am still afraid to post online, […]Continue reading
Connecting with reading and technology!
I enjoy reading the typical paper literature; however, I have begun to notice that I am reading more articles on the internet than on average. I often check to see what’s happening and can easily find it online. I have become more aware of the type of literature being out online but always revert to […]Continue reading
Major Project update
I have asked elder Margaret Rockthunder to assist me in developing language videos for all to share. Elder Rockthunder has some concerns about being video recorded and sharing the oral language online. I explained that other linguistics use technology to reach others and share the language, such as Simon Bird. This article convinced her to […]Continue reading
Gathering Language Through Mentimeter…
I am an advocate for the revitalization of Indigenous languages, particularly the nehiyawe (cree) language. In my role as coordinator of Indigenous education, I would place a nehiyawe word on the wall outside my office. My co-workers would come by and attempt to say the word on the wall. My wife shared with me this […]Continue reading