The Final Post

So this is Goodbye.. This course has been one of the most, if not the most, engaging courses I’ve taken in college so far. I have learned many things that I don’t even know what to begin with. For starters, our first assignment was to create an alternative CV where we talk about ourselves beyond … Continue reading The Final Post

How Egyptian All-Female Facebook Groups Contributed to Digital Literacies

Going back to the core of my blog, digital literacies. A reminder: Being digitally literate allows you to understand aspects behind every decision you make and every action you take online. Digital literacy is not just about me, it’s about all my neighbors online. I should always be careful of what I share online as it … Continue reading How Egyptian All-Female Facebook Groups Contributed to Digital Literacies

Do Not Track!

Choosing an episode to watch was pretty hard because all episodes are so interesting! Season 1 Episode 2 The origin of online ads was that the internet website creators wanted to make money out of it! but at first, people were not convinced to advertise online so the economy crashed for those websites. They couldn’t … Continue reading Do Not Track!

Soliya Reflection

According to the Soliya Connect Program online page, “Soliya is an online cross-cultural education program integrated into curriculum that provides young adults with a unique opportunity to establish a deeper understanding for the perspectives of others around the world on important socio-political issues and develop 21st Century skills such as critical thinking, cross-cultural communication, and media literacy.” My personal … Continue reading Soliya Reflection

Bullying Game Draft

Finally, my game comes to life! This game aims to make the player understand that bullying comes in different forms, whether directly or indirectly. Bullying is always a choice. You have the option of being mean and hurtful to others, or being respectful, inclusive, and considerate to everyone, for yourself and for the people. The … Continue reading Bullying Game Draft