Thing 13: Video

To complete Thing 13, I chose to explore Vimeo. I am very accustomed to YouTube and I have even been required to upload projects while at school as part of my university course. I have also used Media Hopper before for work. However, I have only used Vimeo once, to watch one of my favourite … Continue reading Thing 13: Video

Thing 13: Video

Thing 10: Wikimedia

Wikipedia! One of my favourite resources. It is a great jumping-off point for research. It can point you towards other resources. Because the content can change in different languages, it can lead you to places you would have never found otherwise, especially if your research is usually English-based. Last year, I had the opportunity to … Continue reading Thing 10: Wikimedia

Thing 10: Wikimedia

Thing 8: Facebook

I started using Facebook when I was 13 and during the first week of the 23Things course, I went through all of my Facebook settings and my profile to ensure everything was up to date and my privacy was protected (as much as possible). So I am quite familiar with Facebook. I use Facebook groups … Continue reading Thing 8: Facebook

Thing 8: Facebook

Thing 7: Twitter

  At first, I did not think Thing 7 was particularly interesting. I set up a Twitter account a few years ago, to understand the platform while I was working with arts promotion. However, I never understood the appeal of the platform. I often found myself inundated with unnecessary, and often negative, information and I … Continue reading Thing 7: Twitter

Thing 7: Twitter

Thing 1 & 2

Why 23 Things? In addition to developing my own digital knowledge, I am interested in exploring the changing landscape of education through digital resources and open educational resources. There are many positives to digital learning, including greater accessibility to education, increased representation of marginalised peoples and groups, and the ease of knowledge sharing. I also … Continue reading Thing 1 & 2

Thing 1 & 2