Monthly Archives: October 2013

3D Printing: My Thing

Hi Readers, I’ve completed my 3D model for 3D printing. As stated in a post I posted about two weeks ago I created a tablet stand. Below are a few pictures of the process and final product: The After concluding … Continue reading

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Digital Identity and AUP

Hi Readers, I Recently read an  article titled “ Is It Time to Scrub Your Digital Identity“ written by Tim Walker and Rebeca Logan. It discussed how we portray ourselves on the world-wide web which shapes our digital identity. Facebook, Google account, … Continue reading

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Evaluating Information Found on the Internet

Hi Readers, I recently read an article titled “Evaluating Information Found on the Internet” by the Library of John Hopkins University. This article shined some light on the internet, how information shared through it is not always valid and shouldn’t … Continue reading

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3D Printing

Hi Readers, I recently explored the new technology(or more so new to me) known  as 3D printing. 3D printing allows one to print an 3D digital object (found online or created through a software) into a 3D physical detailed one. … Continue reading

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Learning Theory: Constructivism

Hi Readers, I recently read two articles about cognitive and constructivist learning theories. The theory that resonated with me the most was the constructivist theory. The constructivist theory was developed and has been supported by observations and scientific studies. It … Continue reading

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