Diskusija: internets un brīvība
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Latvijas Universitātes doktorante Nopūtas, ka Latvijā vairs nav tādas Dienas, kāda tā bija savā spēcīgākajā pagātnē, rada ērtu aizbildinājumu jaunu, mazāka mēroga un cita stila projektu neesamībai. 17. gadsimtā par nostalģiju sauca ķermenisku reakciju uz cilvēka prombūtni no mājām — aptuveni tāpat kā par iesnām sauc ķermeņa reakciju uz saaukstēšanos.
One of the focuses we continue to address in education is digital citizenship, Internet safety and cyber ethics.
Nothing has promised so much and has been so frustrating wasteful for teachers and leaders as the thousands of workshops and conferences that led to no significant change in practice.
Just over four weeks from now I shall be conducting an all day workshop on social media in education . I conducted a similar workshop at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore last October.
Social media may have started out as a fun way to connect with friends, but it has evolved to become a powerful tool for education and business. Sites such as Facebook and Twitter and tools such as Skype are connecting students to learning opportunities in new and exciting ways.
Acquisti, Alessandro, and Gross, Ralph. (2006). In Golle, P. and Danezis, G.
Facebook is an enormous social network currently closing in on 700 million users, but it started on college campuses and that's where it still rules.
SOITA is dedicated to providing schools, students, and community members with the latest information about Internet Safety. Training for Internet Safety issues such as cyberbullying, cyber predators, sexting, and email security are available from SOITA in a 2-hour workshop overview or a 5-hour train-the-trainer workshop.
Evgeny Morozov is the author of The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom and a contributing editor at The New Republic. In 2010-2012 Evgeny was a visiting scholar at Stanford University and a Schwartz fellow at the New America Foundation.
It was the hippies in whose woolly idealism the seeds of the internet first took root, and it was Reagan, in one of his lavish rhetorical flourishes, who talked about 'breezes of electronic beams blowing through the Iron Curtain as if it were lace’.