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2.5 Research Credible Connections

Digital Literacy Assignment

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
2.5 Researching Credible Connections
Based on the "Ten C's for Evaluating Internet Resources" by Betsy Richmond,
Nancy Everhart, and Nicole J. Auer.

2.5 Researching Credible Connections
Presentation By:
Amber Gavello
Student #: 0004132466



Internet Collaboration

What is Internet Collaboration?

4 Keys to successful Collaboration?

How is it beneficial to us?

Language Vs. Language

Collaboration In Politics Vs. Business

What is Internet Collaboration?
Internet Collaboration is people working together in real-time to complete a project without having to be in the same area or room as someone. According to the ARACY, Collaborative practice is now central to the way we work, deliver services and produce innovations. Collaboration generally refers to individuals or organizations ‘working together’ to address problems and deliver outcomes that are not easily or effectively achieved by working alone.

4 Keys to Collaboration

1. Clarify the purpose
2. Let form follow function
3. Involve the right people
4. Get it in writing
Things to think about when collaborating:

Do you share the same goals?
Do they have the required capabilities and resources?
Do they have credibility in the community?
Do you have a trusting relationship?

"One Digital Ninja At A Time"!
The Digital Ninja Workshop was born. It was called such because of it being a quick-hit, four-hour workshop that is rogue in nature since it is outside the confines of the classroom in an informal yet structured learning environment. Students come away with digital-savvy skills and new knowledge about science and journalism that sets them apart from their classmates, making them Digital Ninjas.

Why Is Collaboration Important?
Collaboration is crucial in today’s global environment in order for any business to succeed — including higher education. In fact, the earlier we can get our students to know about collaboration and working in collaborative, interdisciplinary environments, the more successful they will be when they enter the workplace. This collaboration that takes place helps everyone achieve a common goal for the workforce, school, or any other day to day activity. This in turn builds your relationships with people and will have those relationships for future collaborations. Businesses gain more clientele and students academic visions are obtained.
Digital Literacy Assignment, June 2013
Language Vs. Language
It is often said that Britain and America are two countries divided by a common language. That is also true of Washington and Silicon Valley. Alan S. Cohen said we've been divided from other countries by a language barrier but thanks to the Internet and people willing to collaborate, we've brought countries together for the first time on the web to collectively help each other learn different cultures. Software has played a big role in bringing these once divided countries together and continues to help with barriers such as language, social, cultural, and moral barriers.
Politics Vs. Business
According to Cohen, business firms, like the ones through out Silicon Valley are thriving more than our own politics. This is in due part to the collaboration that takes place. He says "It’s interesting that in Silicon Valley “collaboration” is defined as something you do with another colleague or company to achieve greatness — something to be praised — as in: “They collaborated on that beautiful piece of software.” But in Congress “collaboration” means something very different today. It’s the second definition — collaboration is an act of treason — something you do when you cross over and vote with the other party.
So while businesses thrive our politicians should take note and instead of working as separated and opinionated people, they should embrace the collaborative "rules"to help every citizen reach an agreed upon common goal.
We set sail on a collaborative journey!
We have a long journey ahead of us full of lots of learning on how to be more collaborative in cultures, politics, day to day lives, and whatever hardships and triumphs we face.Thanks to technology, however, we are one step closer each time we come together as a community, state, country, continent, and the whole world!
Information Chosen Based On "Ten C's for Evaluating Internet Resources".
and links to that information.
10 C's:
Critical Thinking
1. 4th slide: credibility ( .org site, title and author clear)

copyright ( copyright is listed on pdf)

content ( author, information, scholarly)
context ( was information I needed)
2. 5th slide: copyright (copyright listed at end of article)

citation ( sources credited and listed)

credibility (.org site, title and author clear

context (was information to help form statements)
3. 6th slide: credibility (.org site, title and authors clear)

citation ( sources credited and listed)

context (very useful information)

content ( scholarly)

continuity (article will be updated in the future)

4. 7th slide: credibility (.org site, title and authors clear)

citation ( sources credited and listed)

context (very useful information)

content ( scholarly)

continuity (article will be updated in the future)
5. 8th slide: credibility (.org site, title and authors clear)

critical thinking ( author and website identifiable)

citation ( sources credited and listed)

context (very useful information)

content ( scholarly)

6. 9th slide: credibility (.org site, title and authors clear)

citation ( sources credited and listed)

context (very useful information)

content ( scholarly)

critical thinking ( author and website identifiable)

Collaboration through Facebook, Google, Skype, OOVOO, and a lot more software help people everyday achieve a common goal!
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