"You chose my favorite topic of all of them and you did a great job. I am glad you mentioned the Wayback Machine! It is such a great way to show your digital footprint. The preservation site Preserving Virtual Worlds is really neat. I need to check it out. One thing that you did forget to do is to cite your images. It is so important to give the author credit. I am chuckling as I see your student image of them saving their resources. In 1994, we gave our students floppy disks to save their work for K-12. We truly thought that they could preserve all their work for 13 years on that disk. Boy we were wrong and only a couple of years later we realized that we were very wrong when we could only get 4 pictures on one disk from a digital camera. I just found a floppy when I was moving a couple of years ago. It is important to back up in different formats as they do get phased out. One thing that you did not mention is that it helps us be a better paperless society. I am all for a paperless classroom! Each perspective that you took was very powerful. It was a great way to divide up the presentation. It looks like you had a great group dynamic. All of you showed up for the Google Hangout. You had some very “smart” solutions that you came up with. We do need to back up and often as I always say."
I'm Edie - wife, mom, teacher, instructional designer, home renovator,
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