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11 Myths of Digital Literacy Myths Debunked

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Designed primarily for educators but relevant for students as well, "11 Digital Literacy Myths, Debunked" provides a definition of "digital literacy." The authors then explore why being digitally literate matters, focusing particularly on common misconceptions.   11 Myths of Digital Literacy Myths Debunked   Keywords: Digital Literacy

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

7 Excellent Tools for Creating Interactive Video Quizzes

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Design quizzes to integrate with video. Some of these tools also let you annotate video content. Import video clips and add a variety of interactive features (e.g., quizzes, comments, links, etc.). 7 Excellent Tools for Creating Interactive Video Quizzes   Keywords: video, quiz

Creative Commons

7 Things You Should Know About Creative Commons – EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)

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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