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Media Literacy Is About Where To Spend Your Trust. But You Have To Spend It Somewhere.
Federated Education: New Directions in Digital Collaboration
People Have the Star Trek Computer Backwards
Can Blogs and Wiki Be Merged?
The Tragedy of the Stream
To Make Content Findable, Put It Everywhere
Communities Need Tools to Protect Themselves From Scale
Plans vs. Planning
Putting Student-Produced OER at the Heart of the Institution
Choral Explanations and OER: A Summary of Thinking to Date
New Directions in Open Education
Internet of Broken Things
Yes, Digital Literacy. But Which One?
Finding the squishy middle (before fact-checking everything drives you nuts)
Web Literacy for Student Fact-Checkers Is Out
Against Expressive Social Media
How “News Literacy” Gets the Web Wrong
Auto-Annotating News Articles To Scaffold Media Literacy Skills In Students
Digital Polarization on Pinterest Is Scary Aggressive
People Are Not Talking About Machine Learning Clickbait and Misinformation Nearly Enough
The “Always Check” Approach to Online Literacy
The Homeostatic Fallacy and Misinformation Literacy
Some Notes On Installing Federated Wiki On Windows
The CBC Infolit Bot May Make People Worse at the Web
It’s not the claim, it’s the frame
Chatham House Sharing for OER
Control-F and Building Resilient Information Networks
Stephen Downes, Casselman, Canada