Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Happy 2018 to Digital Citizenship!

My most sincere apologies. I had not realized that the last time I wrote something about digital citizenship was a long time ago. As stated in the description of this blog, this project is the result of my research about digital citizenship for my Masters in Educational Technology. I graduated in December of 2016 and needless to say, I needed a break. For two years I struggled finding the time to study, complete assignments, work as a Spanish High School teacher, tending to my son and husband, and making sure life did not come undone with so much on my plate.

A Masters Degree was a dream 20 years in the making. I was about to complete a Masters Degree in Mexico City back in 1996, but in order to complete my dissertation project, I accepted a Junior Research Scholarship at the University of Irvine in February of 1997. Little did I know that I would meet my husband to be in Irvine. The rest is history. I never finished my Masters Degree in Mexico because I decided to move to the United States to start a new life as a married woman.

Now that a year has passed, it is encouraging to realize that Digital Citizenship is still a very important issue in our present world. I now feel energized to continue searching for incredible resources, review some outdated links posted in this blog, and trying to continue building a helpful blog regarding issues pertaining to digital citizenship.

Thank you to those of you who have taken the time to email me with suggestions. I will do my best to work on those. Happy 2018 to all of you!

I am more active on my main blog in case you want to check out what I am blogging about.

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