@mwolfindale @DavidYeats3 I’m studying the community within the MOOC, or lack thereof. Mostly what I notice is that no one replies to other comments. So I had wondered if it would be messing with the data if I purposefully went out of my way to create community… #mscedc

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Would it be considered messing with my own data if I went into my MOOC to purposefully go against the norm of everyone else’s behavior? I didn’t but it was just a thought I had. What if I intentionally “stirred the pot”? #mscedc

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@Pinterest …just like in any community, we have to be taught how to behave appropriately. But does the way we are taught to behave effect our authenticity online? #mscedc

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Cyberbullying and Safety Facts #Infographic #Safety #parentingteens #parenting #teens #facts https://t.co/Qeh81KGLkN via @pinterest #mscedc Reflecting on an authentic online community and the idea that we need to be taught how to participate in this community.

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If Couples Acted Like They Do On Facebook https://t.co/ROpxpMs9Yj via @YouTube #mscedc What does it mean to be authentic online? Is a couple oversharing an example? What’s the line between authentic and oversharing?

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“With our ideas and actions, we choose technologies, we adapt and shape them.”- Kozinet. This made me think of how we shape technology not just online but physically as well. How has technology reshaped our physical communities as well as online? #mscedc

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