Throughout my learning project there were many different emotions and feelings towards the process! Start: Excited and eager to learn! I found a YouTube channel by Mike Browne to follow, started a Pinterest board, read many articles and started taking some pictures. Middle 1: Nervous but learning and motivated by the growth. Felt a little… Continue reading Major Project: Moving the Finish Line
Going to rewind a little for you and head back to the week off I had over Easter. I was excited to have some time to sit down with my camera and try to sort out some of my issues. I thought I had so I set out on a little bit of a back… Continue reading No More Manual Mode!
Is this semester really over already? I feel like we were just at week one and getting started. I have learned, questioned and engaged in so many different things this semester that I find it hard to say I am done. I feel that this is going to be a class that continues to help… Continue reading Top 5 Take Away Moments from #eci831 and a Little More
I decided to take a different route with my blog post this week and try a ‘podcast’! Now I use that term a little loosely because the recording didn’t work so great and the app I chose also wanted me to pay for the recording once I was done. I should have done a little… Continue reading Slacktivism
I’ve had the hardest time putting this post into words. So many thoughts floating around from the readings and class and I am just unsure if I want to share about this topic. I think my uncertainty comes from not being able to understand why an internet troll would feel the need to degrade and/or berate… Continue reading To feed or not to feed internet trolls – what’s the right plan?
“Without net neutrality rules providers are free to discriminate.” – Johannes Steiling I had heard of the term Net neutrality prior to this weeks class but really had no frame of understanding or idea of how it applied to my use of the internet. From what I have been able to discern this week, the… Continue reading Equitable Access for All
As much as I am a bit of a perfectionist and like things to be organized in order, I also like odd numbers and sets of three, five and seven when it comes to things like hanging pictures, decorating my house and the volume on my radio/tv. I think this is why I have always… Continue reading Rule of Thirds