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EDU 5322- Week 5

Words defined from Ohler and Ribble

TermDefinition
flame virtually beating someone up (using words, pictures, videos, etc.)
digital storytelling using web-based tools to tell stories (can be through text, images, videos, etc.)
virtual learning environment an online education system that is characterized by virtual concepts for exams, assignments, classes, and more
cyberbullying online harassment or cruelty, often repeated or ongoing incidences
professional learning community (PLC) online community focused around a particular topic, interest, or subject in order to share best practices and resources
blended learning a pedagogical model that combines online and on-site learning and supports some element of student control over the time, place, path, and or/pace of their learning experience
mobile learning learning methods and materials that involve the use of phones, tablets, laptops
digital commerce buying and selling of goods online
digital etiquette standards of conduct expected by technology users
digital literacy knowing when and how to use digital technology
Created by: jmrausch