Jim Groom, director of teaching and learning technologies at the University of Mary Washington, describes the university’s new effort to offer every student and professor an online domain name to use as a lifelong Web presence. And he explains why the plan teaches an important lesson in digital citizenship.
Links discussed in this episode: Domain of One’s Own project page | The Chronicle‘s profile of Jim Groom
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