Monthly Archives: April 2016

Summary of Networked Self Learning

  ● Originally, I thought social media are mainly used for entertainment. I rarely use them for studying, let alone use them to teach. The first thing I learn about this course is that I can’t waste such abundant, relaxed, … Continue reading

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Final summary of major project

My final major project, after midterm feedback, has new changes and design. I’m very glad to make a short summary here about it. I, joint with Bing Wu together, build an online opening classroom in teaching Chinese using the opening free platform … Continue reading

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Rethinking about social media in China mainland

At the beginning of this class, in my self introduction blog,  I mentioned about the social media I use in China. Through this whole class, I came up with the idea to rethink about those social media related issues. Making comparasions … Continue reading

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To be or not to be?

“Internet activism seem trendy and shallow, if not harmful to traditional activist actions—like picketing, boycotts, and sit-ins. Hashtags and viral videos are nice, say skeptics, but people in power won’t move until they see boots on the ground.” —That’s perfectly … Continue reading

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Double identities for youth online activism

Online activism, nternet activism, digital campaigning, digital activism, online organizing, electronic advocacy,cyberactivism, e-campaigning, and e-activism, whatever it calls, make us feel luck that due to the flourishing digital age, we have more ways to express our demands and we have more information … Continue reading

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