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Mary Bernklau

Mary Bernklau's Public Lists

  • "Technology (through television, texting, Facebook posting, and the Internet), has contributed to a increase in literacy skills." (10)

    Created: Sep 12, 13 Modified: Sep 13, 13

  • Academic Integrity (3)

    Academic Integrity is how one conducts himself while attending an educational institute with respect to honest and responsible actions. It includes refraining from plagiarism and cheating, while following the rules for properly cited sources and producing one's own original work.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Blogging (2)

    Blogging is the online posting of one's thoughts or ideas with the intention of engaging others to comment/give feedback on the posted topic. Originators of posts have control over who may see and/or reply to the post and the blog usually continues often over a period of time.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Collaboration (3)

    Collaboration describes multiple individuals working on a common project whereas each individual's contribution is necessary for the completion of the project. The end result is mutually beneficial to all collaborators.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Copyright (4)

    A copyright is a law that prevents others from using or copying original creations of artists and authors. The copyright becomes effective the minute an original creation is complete, but it is recommended to formally register for a copyright to clearly document the original owner of the work.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 08, 13

  • Databases (3)

    Databases store data in an organized manner. They are usually digital and have the ability to analyze and massage data, returning it in a specific format, such as a report. Yet, a simple typed list of names and phone numbers is also a database as it contains data in an organized fashion.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • DGL Vocabulary (3)

    Digital Literacy is the ability to understand and utilize today's digital technology to locate, access, extract and communicate information; combine, massage and replicate information; improve upon or create new information, and to use this technology efficiently in today's environment.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 07, 13

  • Digital Citizenship (5)

    Digital Citizenship is the way users behave when they are on the internet. A good digital citizen knows what is appropriate to post and once posted, it is there forever. They also understand the dangers and pitfalls of the internet and conduct themselves accordingly.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 07, 13

  • Digital Identity (3)

    Digital Identity is the summation of all information and experiences that comprise an individual user of digital technology. Digital identifiers include passwords, logins, key codes, and emails, as well as individual posts to the internet, images and photos on any form of digital technology.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Digital Immigrant (3)

    The opposite of a Digital Native, the Digital Immigrant was born before the digital age. While many have taken up digital technology wholeheartedly, they don't possess the Native's natural ease with technology, and Immigrants learning abilities lie in "old-school" teaching methods.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Digital Law (3)

    Digital Law defines ethical and unethical behavior with regard to digital technology, mainly the internet. It defines privacy, copyright (piracy) and safety rules for ethical conduct.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Digital Native (3)

    The opposite of Digital Immigrant, the Digital Native is an individual who was/is born into the digital world. To a Digital Native, technology is second-nature and readily accepted. Their brain functions differ in their thinking and learning abilities due to a lifetime of digital exposure.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Disinformation (3)

    Disinformation is information, true or false, with the sole purpose of deceiving. Also known as propaganda, disinformation misleads, intending to cause worry, suspicion, anger, separation, and alienation in order to break down social bonds.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Geo-technology (Geo-data) (4)

    Geo-data is information gathered that describes, or pinpoints, a physical location. Geo-technology is the method of gathering geo-data.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Malware (3)

    Malware, short for malicious software, is the term for any unsolicited software intended to cause harm to a computer, network or server. Malware includes, but is not limited to, viruses, trojans and spyware.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 08, 13

  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) (4)

    Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are a new trend in learning. Courses are open to anyone, free of cost, with unlimited class size. All course materials and information are provided online with very little instructor contact available. Currently, no credits are awarded toward higher learning.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Moral Literacy (3)

    Moral Literacy is the ability to understand and comprehend moral issues and make the right moral choices. This ability is obtained through learned skills, and is not inherent.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • Netiquette (3)

    Netiquette is the proper way of conducting oneself while on the Internet. It is a set of rules with regard to language, typing, safety, stealing and interacting with others. Netiquette is general in nature, but websites will often post their own set of netiquette rules.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

  • NEW LIST AFTER LOGGING OUT/IN (4)

    Created: Sep 15, 13 Modified: Sep 15, 13

  • Privacy (Internet) (3)

    Internet Privacy refers to the level of privacy a user expects or can expect when surfing the internet and visiting web locations. It is about the sharing, dissemination and protection of a user's identifiable or personal information while they are utilizing the internet.

    Created: Sep 07, 13 Modified: Sep 09, 13

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