posts tagged: practices

#Hackmentoring

Perhaps it is time to remove the word “mentee” from our vocabulary. This #HackMentoring video is about social digital change and the practice of mentoring today. It outlines the perspective of mentoring as a practice and mindset, not a person with certain characteristics.   This video was developed for #WOWWales and the Women+Digital Collective.

Knowledge Workers Are Like Artists: Invest Don’t Ban Marissa Mayer

Knowledge workers are creatives; artists designing the world we live in, a world of digital design & hidden architecture. This post is about Marissa Mayer, CEO at Yahoo! and her ban on work from home practices. Keep Reading…

Who is the big bad wolf in open journalism?

This is a blog post about an advertisement by The Guardian about their approach to open journalism using the example of the Three Little Pigs story, told through and with digital social technologies. It raising the question not just about participation with and through social media, but also ones responsibility in what, how and when we share information about others. Keep Reading…

Digital Media Learning and Literacies in Media Management & Communications

This blog post is about the what, how and why digital media literacies is important in media management and communications theory, education and practice. Keep Reading…

The Social Web: Its User-Generated, But Is It Really User-Controlled?

This is entry is a blog post about the diffidence between user-generated content (UGC) and user control in the use, sharing and display of this content. These are not one inf the same and although social web encourages the development of user-generated content, this doesn’t translate to user control. The post discusses the structural property of control, officially called system pacing. Keep Reading…