Digital Cultures

The Coursera course,”E-learning and Digital Cultures,” starts on January 28, 2013; however, hundreds of people are already actively engaged in “proliferating” the digital cultures and learning in the process.

I am a member of a Facebook group dedicated to setting up learning digital groups, exchanging ideas, and enthusiastically anticipating  the course beginning.

Group members exchange Twitter accounts, set up blogs, and create virtual study groups. Every day I learn about a new social media tool, a new cool website, and a new cool technology tool for sharing information. My head swirls with digits and images. And the course has not yet started!

Participants will craft new blogs – each presenting an individual perspective on what is happening in the digital world, each fighting for your attention, and each adding one more bit in the billion of bits of information.

As a participant I will reflect on what it…

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