My intuition is that, even for the wary, recalcitrant, or skeptical, the ways individuals connect now online and learn from one another’s connections no longer represent the pathological or aberrant (i.e. the shallow, distracted, lonely, asocial, unprofessional digital generation: you know the litany!), but “the future.” Since many are worried about “the future,” those who seem to have a firmer grasp on it are now seen not as needing rehab but as harbingers. That’s a good thing.
So, here are some ad hoc hints about how to make your online publications relevant and professional. —How and Why to Make Your Digital Publications Matter | DMLcentral.
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