Crucial to understanding the technologies is coming up with a frame that enables and empowers educators and students alike to think like the web, which inspired technologist and patron saint of trailing edge technologies, Jon Udell, to come up with a list of 7 ways to think like the web in 2011. The list was adopted by Doug Belshaw in 2014 to frame a broader manifesto for digital literacies, namely:
- Have a corner of the web you control
- Work openly by default
- Ensure your data is readable by both humans and machines
The need for thinking like the web, or a broader vision of digital literacy, was finally starting to gain some traction and for some Domain of One’s Own became an ideal platform for doing just this kind of work.
Slide image credit: Image credit: Mary Loftus’s Spiders Web