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MHS Library | Digital Citizenship

21st century literacies

Infotention Part 2:

Network Literacy Part 2

Fake Facebook page

Can you tell that this is a fake Facebook page?

Read about it in Phil Bradley's blog.

Free is a lie

Do you know the difference between http and https?

How to be http secure (Wikipedia)

In its popular deployment on the internet, HTTPS provides authentication of the web site and associated web server that one is communicating with, which protects against Man-in-the-middle attacks. Additionally, it provides bidirectional encryption of communications between a client and server, which protects against eavesdropping and tampering with and/or forging the contents of the communication.[1] In practice, this provides a reasonable guarantee that one is communicating with precisely the web site that one intended to communicate with (as opposed to an impostor), as well as ensuring that the contents of communications between the user and site cannot be read or forged by any third party.

Mamie and Howard Rheingold talk net smart

Social Media Classrooms - why use forums?

Infotention Part 3: building dashboard, rader, filters

Mindfulness and Social Media

Infotention Part 1: managing info overload

Network literacy Part 1

Managing attention - Howard Rheingold

Essential media literacies - Howard Rheingold

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