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This project invites participants to go beyond a traditional selfie and consider nontraditional ways of representing themselves on social media. The ideas promoted through this project are essential for portraying personal identity online and through social media. The #SelfieUnselfie Project This blog post from Connected Learning describes the project as an interactive public art practice . The following is a quote from the blog, "What is an unselfie? It is a representation of self to be shared online, but one that is not a self-portrait picture. How could you present a part of who you are with a different kind of image? It is the juxtaposition of the unselfie alongside the traditional selfie which continues to yield complex reflection and commentary on what it means to represent oneself online."
This article provides useful tips for creating screencasts. 24 Tips for Creating High Quality Screencasts Keywords: Audio, Podcasts, Presentations, Recording, Screencast, Video
This concise and well-organized document by Educause explains Creative Commons and its relationship to copyright. Creative Commons allows copyright owners to release some of those rights while retaining others, with the goal of increasing access to and sharing of intellectual property. It further discusses who's using it and how; and the implications for teaching and learning. 7 Things You Should Know About Creative Commons What we do - What is Creative Commons? - Information about how Creative Commons works, its programs, platforms, and partners, as well as information about their expanding Global Affiliate Program Here is a helpful webpage from Harvard which details the Creative Commons. Keywords: Creative Commons, Digital Footprint/Identity, Digital Literacy