Dr Melissa Wehler


Learning output actions

  1. In addition to the copies of your outputs from this learning pathway, prepare a learning reflection of about 500 – 600 words reflecting on the development of your understanding of digital citizenship.
  2. You post should cover the following aspects:
    • Description: Provide your reader with specifically what happened?
    • Evaluation: What was “good” and “bad” about the experience?
    • Analysis: What did you learn from it? How do you feel about it now? Did it change you? How?
    • Conclusion: What alternatives did you have at the time or what else could you have done?
    • Plan: What new knowledge or skills do you have and how will your experience inform future learning?
  3. Add a category or tag for your post using the course tag: LiDA102.
    • See how to add a tag in WordPress or in Blogger see Change settings on your posts to add a label.
    • The tag is needed for the harvester we use to identify posts for the LiDA course. If the tag is missing, we will not be able to incorporate your post into the course feed. This is done automatically once you have registered your blog url on the course site (see below).
  4. You will need to register the full url for the PUBLIC view of your blog site. We need this url to harvest posts tagged or labelled with hash tag “LiDA102” for the aggregated course feed. Please note that it may take up to an hour before your posts appear in the feed due. If the post does not appear in the feed after a few hours, check that you registered the correct url for the published view and tagged / labelled your post using the course code.
    • To register your blog url, click on the user icon () in the site menu above. If you’re logged in, use the update button to enter the full url of the PUBLIC view of your blog. (Tip: Don’t use the dashboard url used for editing your blog).
  5. Post a comment on one or two blog contributions.