Hi mobile learning team! Weighing in on the OER. It offered some great suggestions for using social media to engage students. I was kind of hoping, since you were focusing on social media, that you would address the divisive issue of mixing personal and professional life. Do you all personally agree that our personal lives, opinions, actions, and influence should be open for public scrutiny? I am actually on the opposing side of both arguments; I don’t think social media should have any influence on one’s professional life (after all, interviewers don’t follow us out on our free time and judge us!), just like I don’t believe students, educators, or employees should be engaging with work matters outside of work. The former creates a constant, panopticon-esque fear that anything we engage in, anything we connect to outside of our own physical homes can be used against us, and the latter encourages unhealthy work-life imbalances resulting from our personal choices or through pressure from our employers. If you choose to update your OER, I hope you address this point! Thanks again for the great resource!