This video discusses the differences between residents and visitors of the internet. A resident has a continual online presence, even when they are not logged on. They see the internet as a social gathering place. A visitor of the internet sees it as a "messy toolbox"; they use the internet to get what they need from it and then their online presence almost vanishes when they log off. I thought it was interesting that he pointed out that people who are mainly visitors of the internet when it comes to education are that way because higher education institutes usually create autonomous learners. When I was getting my degree it was not encouraged to work extensively with others nor to use the internet to share our ideas or do research. Thus, I would say that I am more if a visitor of the internet. However due to the online profession presence that I am creating in the credential program I feel that I am becoming more of a resident.