Daily Archives: September 16, 2006

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We need to focus on TRUST too! (Teaching Responsible Use of Social Technology)

http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2006/09/16/teaching-responsibility-use-of-social-technology/ Via David Warlick: First of all, this gets my vote for the best education acronym of the decade — TRUST. The guys at EdTechTalk have created a web site/community site designed to give us a play to offer alternatives to the DOPA law. Here’s a quote from the About Us page. Social Technology (or social networking) is changing many aspects of society and has tremendous potential in education, both inside and outside of the classroom. This site is designed as a resource for educators interested in using social technology, but concerned about how to do so appropriately and address […]

On Controlling Your Technolust

I was happy to see Helene Blowers and a contingent from the Public Library of Charlotte Mecklenburg County at the South Carolina State Library program this week. Helene’s work with learning 2.0 as a free, open, “steal this idea” learning program for 2.0 tools should be adopted by any and all libraries that want to get a handle on the shift we’re riding. Helene posted about the TechExpress day… http://libtechbytes.blogspot.com/2006/09/sc-tech-express.html …and notes my use of the word control: “Librarian 2.0 controls Technolust” This quote was a part of Michael Stephens excellent presentation and although I very much agree with what […]