Week #1: Class Reflection

I was a little confused about all of the “tasks” we have to do every week, but I think it was cleared up for the most part on Friday. What I am/was confused about is some of the redundant “tasks” that we have to do.

1. Each week we’re supposed to post articles to Diigo and WikiSpaces. But, it doesn’t make sense to have to post articles to both sites.

2. WikiSpaces is supposed to keep us up to date with the class, and we’re supposed to be active on Twitter to stay current with the class. It seemed a bit redundant. But, the main issue I had with this is that as a person who does not post to Facebook OR Twitter, and have already chosen 3 new social media platforms to experiment with, with no internet at home ( I know, I’m living in the stone age! ), it feels like I am having to take on an extra platform with just as little time and resources as before.

So, to summarize WHY I felt a little confused about everything we’re supposed to be doing, and WHAT I felt was redundant:

We’re supposed to post articles to Diigo and WikiSpaces. WikiSpaces is supposed to keep us up to date with the class, but we’re supposed to be active on Twitter as well to keep us current with the class.

From what I understood on Friday after asking about the situation is that we only have to post to articles to Diigo, and as long as I am paying attention to Twitter, I do not have to post regularly in order to get an A in this course.

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