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Tech Perspective: Productivity and Collaboration

Discover how Collaboration services can help you overcome business challenges at http://bit.ly/XDySCq. In this Tech Perspective, learn how Level 3 Collaborat... (How can collaboration enhance productivity?
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This is a short video about the ways that new multi-media communication practices enhance productivity and help form a more successful virtual community.  

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Cultural Change in the Digital Humanities: Balancing Access, Participation & Security

RT @ColumbiaCDRS: At @ArienneDwyer's "Cultural Change in the Digital Humanities" http://t.co/Szi4vdkr #dhculture
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This article focuses on the need to "digitize the humanitiies" but also discusses some of the setbacks and security risks associated with increased openness and participation.  I think this short piece does a good job of highlighting many of the pros and cons of digital media and what it could mean for the future of communication.

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Mini-course on Crap Detection

Mini-course on Crap Detection | Online Participation | Scoop.it

Crap Detection 101: How to tell accurate information from inaccurate information, misinformation, and disinformation.


Via Dennis T OConnor
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The key to successful and meaningful online participation is being able to detect crap on the Internet.  This short video is a great way to learn some basic tools about crap detection that will really enhance the quality of your online participation.

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Participation: The Trend That Is Bigger Than The Harlem Shake | TechCrunch

Participation: The Trend That Is Bigger Than The Harlem Shake | TechCrunch | Online Participation | Scoop.it
Global audiences of prosumer video producers will create content that is viewed by global audiences in numbers far in excess of traditional TV.

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This is an interesting article about the development of the Youtube phenomenon, The Harlem Shake.  It points out that the popularity of the dancce is directly related to peoples' desire to directly participate in popular culture.

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