As part of my Integrated Media course, I read through an extract from The discipline of noticing by John Mason. While somewhat mundane on the surface, it did touch on the importance of consciously registering things you see or hear, or sense in any way. We often overlook or ignore much of what we see. Mason
This TED talk by Clay Shirky discusses the historical impact of social media.
The changes I made to the student responsibilities are intended to make the points less one sided, and to add helpful detail. I felt the point about being committed to your learning made it seem as if it was wrong to change your mind or change focus. I feel with adequate reflection and reevaluation,
I’ll admit this post is a bit of a tangent, but after being asked to compare search engines for my uni course, I realised that searching is an important aspect in any field. Different search engines have different focuses and access. Which one will help you find what you’re interested in? Which one will help