Our discussion today tackled quite a bit: Web 2.0, participatory media, and big data. Thanks to our facilitators, Alae, Erica, and Rob, for effectively generating discussion on these topics. Slides from today are available here.
On Thursday, February 21 we will meet in the library’s multimedia projection room for a viewing of Rip! A Remix Manifesto. To find the multimedia projection room, turn left after you enter the library, walk past the circulation desk, up the short flight of stairs, and through the door. The entrance is on your left.
Please read and view the following:
Center for Social Media, Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education, sections “Code of Best Practices” and “Principles” only.
Viewing: Lessig, Laws that Choke Creativity
Faden, A Fair(y) Use Tale
Grey, Copyright: F0rever Less One Day
Your blogging assignment is to write one reading response blog post.
Looking ahead to Tuesday, February 26, we will discuss privacy, how the definition is evolving, and some of the challenges presented by digital media. Please read the following
Marshall, P. Online privacy
boyd, d. Facebook’s privacy trainwreck.
Your blogging assignment is to comment on at least one blog post; either one comment of at least 100 words or 2 comments totaling at least 100 words.
Discussion facilitators for 2/26: Yulan, Hamadi, Delon