Technology is advancing as time goes by, no doubt about it. Our smartphones are getting smarter, laptops are getting faster, and data storage is becoming more compact than ever. Society has also been benefiting from this technology as well, from medica...
In today’s age of ever-growing technology, it is extremely important that we educate our children and the incoming members of our society how to engage in the digital world. If you yourself are questioning what it is like to be a good digital citizen, read into my last blog post! The thing about digital citizenship
Cyberbullying is an on going issue we tend to see more and more each day. While people in higher power say that they do their best to help resolve the issue, or prevent it from happening, are they really? The current suicide rate due to cyberbullying on social media seems to be only increasing, therefore
What is your digital identity? Well, it’s quite simple. Your digital identity is your identity that exists on the internet and is made up of how you interact and who and what you interact with. And here’s the other thing, your digital identity and your actual identity may not be the same either. How you
Mark Griffiths’s and Daria Kuss’s article, “6 questions help reveal if you’re addicted to social media” discusses how one is able to discover if they’re addicted to the use of social media and ways in how to treat this addiction. One of the questions people should ask themselves is, “Do you spend a lot of
Justin White’s article covers on the concept of FOMO, otherwise known as, the fear of missing out which occurs when people (mainly teens) feel anxious when they don’t attend a social event or see their friends having fun on social media without them. This is mainly seen in people ages 13-33, furthermore, a survey was
Social media can have varying results on the way students in college performs. Huffington Post article by Riley Griffin goes into detail on how the use of social media can impact the way college students deal with mental health issues. In this article,...
“Social Media Is Changing How College Students Deal With Mental Illness, For Better Or Worse,” discusses the pros and cons that come with social media affecting college students overall well being. On one of the spectrum it is easy to say that social media provides false realities to college aged young adults who are trying
“What can be done about the Blue Screen Pandemic?” In today’s society it is easier than ever to connect and communicate with new people near and far, all over the world. But somehow, the idea of face to face communication is fading away, How is this? If we as a society are talking to more
It is safe to say that social media has implemented itself in our everyday lives, whether it be looking at our instagram feed, sending pics on Snapchat, or even reading the latest news on Facebook. But as the social media demographic becomes younger we...