Posts tagged "social networking"

Survey of Literacy and Identity within Digital Environments (SLIDE) instrument

This post details and shares items from the Survey of Literacy and Identity within Digital Environments (SLIDE) instrument. The SLIDE instrument was used in research about participant activities in the #WalkMyWorld Project and led to this research and publication on social scholarship of educators. The SLIDE was constructed to collect demographic information about participants. The SLIDE…

A Domain of WithKnown

TL;DR Version: I'm launching a new section of this website using withknown at tldr.wiobyrne.com where I'll be sharing curated content, and commentary. Read more about the genesis of this below. I'll discuss how I made this happen, and iterations over time in upcoming posts. I've been increasingly drawn to the notion of the #indieweb movement.…

The FacePalm Social Mood Experiment

As detailed in an earlier post, I've had a lot to think and say about the recent news about the Facebook Mood Experiment that was conducted (and most likely continue). As a response, and satire of this I decided to create a game using Google Forms that would act as a satire of the recent…

Creating and Curating Your Digital Identity

TL;DR Version: There are wealth of free digital texts and tools that can be used to create and curate your digital identity. More importantly, when developed with a digital learning hub, you can build up and control your own learning management system.   In working with teachers in pre-service programs, professional development, and institutes, I'm…

Teens, Cyberbullying, & Social Networks

Really fascinating new study from the great folks at Pew onTeens, Cruelty, Cyberbullying, & Social Networking. We see a lot of the same "hyper personalized", almost too nice discursive elements from email research showing up in social network systems. Basically, students say that they're nicer to others online than they are F2F. We saw this…