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In presentation slides, what citation format do you use when offering a URL to an article/resource that's behind a paywall or requires a subscription? 

I'm trying to figure out what conventions might already exist for this, and so far I've only found guidance directed at formal papers, e.g. APA https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/10/

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Though the label is often used today as a pejorative for a kind of knee-jerk, unreasoned or irrational resistance to new technology, the Luddites actually had a perspective of and relationship with technology that I think many of us would find very relatable...

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Here's something that came across my PLN that I think offers a useful & interesting case study to take apart & analyze.

The tech is the shiny bauble that's being featured in the article, and it is pretty cool. But, what other elements/variables are at play in this example that makes the learning experience work?

Thanks to +Lotus Greene for sharing! :)

Does anyone have a favorite go-to reference/guide for developing a social media strategy? I'm looking for resources I can get ready access to. Thanks.

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The observation was made during the #EdTechLN Tweetup today that things have been relatively sleepy in this G+ Community space. I think the general question of why certain digital spaces are popular relative to others is a really interesting one.

As a rule of thumb, when people are interested in interacting with others, they'll tend to go where other people are. So from this standpoint, I'm finding this research lit review on the topic of digital presence to be interesting reading.

The authors present the attempts by researchers in the fields of Mass Communication, Human-Computer Interaction, Education, and Psychology to define, study, and understand the phenomenon of presence in digital environments. What I'm personally finding interesting are the different facets of the phenomenon that each of the fields is attempting to operationally define & study, which has me thinking about aspects of digital spaces (and their social interactive appeal) that I hadn't considered before.

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Did you miss today's #WorkingDifferently  Hangout on Air? Paul Hill and I discussed the #EdTechLN  with NDSU's Bob Bertsch. You can watch the recording here: 

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So many great tips and resources shared during the #EdTechLN   #Instagram  TweetUp this afternoon! If you missed it, here's the Twubs feed to browse. The #Storify  recap will be up on the EdTechLN blog tomorrow morning.

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#SocialMedia  management isn't easy. Here are 10 great tips to help keep this responsibility manageable (and a good template for proving to administrators why SM management shouldn't be handed off as an add-on or afterthought... it takes time, effort, and skill)!   #EdTechLN   #CoopExt  
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