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 +[[https://​docs.google.com/​presentation/​d/​1wD6npdU56TUyiP-9mRHpwqXhlCYig1yUi_leB4Xgi-4/​pub?​start=true&​loop=true&​delayms=5000|Google Slides]]
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 **CHAPTER ONE: THE READ/WRITE WEB** **CHAPTER ONE: THE READ/WRITE WEB**
  
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 Determining reliability of online info becomes vital. Who is the blogger? Do other bloggers/​outlets cite them? Do they seems to have any bias/​particular motive? Determining reliability of online info becomes vital. Who is the blogger? Do other bloggers/​outlets cite them? Do they seems to have any bias/​particular motive?
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 **QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION** **QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION**
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 +Discussing out now tech-immersed world, Richardson uses journalism as an example; but the availability/​immediacy of info often leads to rushes-to-judgement,​ as well, and the inevitable retractions are usually lost underneath the massive swell of the 24-hour news cycle. Does student blogging run this risk? How do we ensure students //are// reflective?
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 +Richardson talks about the availability of an audience. Is this always the best idea for students? Should 18 and 19 year old students, who are bound to make mistakes, struggle, etc. be allowed to make mistakes and struggle sometimes without an audience?
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 +Is there something lost in the "​paperless classroom"?​
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 +What might be the best way to set up blogging for a class? One class blog with multiple contributors?​ Individual student blogs? How do ensure that we get a "​conversation"​ going?
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