Why do universities give students temporary cyberinfrastructures like email accounts and web hosting that end up being replaced after graduation.
Gardner Campbell “argued that learning to build and operate a personal cloud was a life skill students would need and should be taught.”
With Domain of One’s Own students begin to assemble a platform to support their publishing.
Students “acquire crucial technical skills for their digital lives but also would engage in work that provides richly teachable moments ranging from multimodal writing to information science, knowledge management, bibliographic instruction, and social networking.”
Picking a domain names is the root of every personal cloud.