Weekly Web Harvest for 2020-04-05
- Elizabeth Archer on Twitter: “To whomever is chalking names and descriptions of trees on the pavements across Walthamstow. I love you. This made my heart sing today. https://t.co/6lmauYeQVD” / Twitter
- Education Outrage: Please don’t ruin online learning because teachers don’t know how to do it
When we go back to thinking about online education, please don’t try to replicate the classroom. Try to replicate real life.
- We Make Our Own Luck Here – Ciara Redmond Art
By exploring and modifying the genetics of a plant to create a ‘lucky’ specimen we can play with the ideas of fate and destiny, whether they be genetic or supernatural.
- How People Read Online: New and Old Findings
We’ve been saying this since 1997: People rarely read online — they’re far more likely to scan than read word for word. That’s one fundamental truth of online information-seeking behavior that hasn’t changed in 23 years and which has substantial implications for how we create digital content.