Establishing a
Digital Presence

Grad School Workshop Fall 2013
What? So What?
Now what?
Identity is Distributed
but Connected
Social / Socialising
Scholarly
Digital Presence

Identity and Reputation
Getting Started
Environment

Personal Learning
analyze your needs
determine your purpose and what
best suits your needs
search out ‘your community’
map and plan to devel...
begin with What?
add So What?
move on to Now What?
showcase your roles
embed your “unique”
share your passion
use your voi...
Cousin?
Teacher?
Scholar?
Blogger?
Minnesota?
Manchester?

@IleneDawn
@UMinnTeachLearn
alexa032 – umn google
ilene.dawn – ...
Ilene Alexander =
Ilene D. Alexander =
Ilene Dawn Alexander =
IleneDawn
TEACHING
•http://myU.umn.edu
•http://slideshare.ne...
https://www.google.com/search?
q=ilene+alexander&ie=utf8&oe=utf8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:enUS:official&client=firefox-a

I D....
Voltaire
Networking

1694 – 1778

Identity and/as/in
Troublesome Knowledge
challenge to existing beliefs &
practices; conceptually
difficult

Liminality
suspended state of par...
Navigation
judiciously plan routes to learning
and participation in learning

Transformative Reflection
openly reflect on ...
Building Your Digital Identity
 Highlight material useful to colleagues

 Seek collaborators
 Source co-authors

 Netw...
Building Your Digital Identity
 Crowd source questions, audience,
resources
 Follow resources in real time
 Track entit...
Which tools
will you use?
Twitter

Collective Intelligence
Twitter

No egg face
Tag It!
Find and follow people with
similar interests

#learning
#fycChat
Share a resource & take time
to build a thread

RT / MT
...
Audience
Use what is there: email & text, access information, view
YouTube; may use in presentations. Individualized
activ...
Curate
Connect
Contribute
Communicate

Networking

Following

Followers
Curate

As teacher
As researcher
Curate

Scholar
Job Seeker
Connect

Making, Sharing & Tracking
Notes
Words, Images, Sounds &
More
Connect

Storing & Sharing (Your)
Files
Public and Private
Connect

Storing & Sharing
(Their) Files
Public and Private
Connect:
Bibliographic
References
Contribute:
Open Access

* teaching, learning & research
* resources in public domain
* Creative Commons license
Contribute:
Open Academic
Communicate:
Blog

With or without your own site
Communicate:
Researching Teaching
Network
What? So What?
Will Be Your Identity as a Digital Scholar? Now What?
The degree to which a
product, device, course, or
environment is available to as
many people as possible;
typically associ...
Ilene D. Alexander
morelearning4morestudents.co
m

@IleneDawn
Thanks to Lucy Hawkins @CareersLucy & Kate Lindsay @KTDigita...
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Strategies for Beginning to Establish a Digital Presence
Tuesday, November 12, 3:00 - 5:00pm | 3-180 Keller Hall

Participants in this session will discuss strategies for making use of social media to build a scholarly digital presence and establish professional networks as scholars, researchers and teachers. Participants are encouraged to bring laptops or mobile devices.

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Strategies for Beginning to Establish a Digital Presence

  1. 1. Establishing a Digital Presence Grad School Workshop Fall 2013
  2. 2. What? So What? Now what?
  3. 3. Identity is Distributed but Connected
  4. 4. Social / Socialising Scholarly
  5. 5. Digital Presence Identity and Reputation
  6. 6. Getting Started Environment Personal Learning
  7. 7. analyze your needs determine your purpose and what best suits your needs search out ‘your community’ map and plan to develop your full Personal Learning Environment: human, print & digital resources Getting Started Your “Unique”
  8. 8. begin with What? add So What? move on to Now What? showcase your roles embed your “unique” share your passion use your voice Getting Started Digital Identity as Portfolio
  9. 9. Cousin? Teacher? Scholar? Blogger? Minnesota? Manchester? @IleneDawn @UMinnTeachLearn alexa032 – umn google ilene.dawn – personal google Ida8101 – teaching google Getting Started Avatar: Image + Bio + ID
  10. 10. Ilene Alexander = Ilene D. Alexander = Ilene Dawn Alexander = IleneDawn TEACHING •http://myU.umn.edu •http://slideshare.net/alexa032 •http://www.scribd.com/IleneDawn •http://www.youtube.com/ilenedawn032 •http://www.diigo.com/user/ilenedawn PERSONAL •https://www.facebook.com/IleneDawn •http://Morelearning4morestudents.com RESEARCH & LEARNING •http://UMinnTILT.wordpress.com NETWORKING •http://umn.academia.edu/IleneAlexander •http://www.linkedin.com/in/ilenedawn http://about.me/IleneDawn * = maintain work-related version of the platform, too
  11. 11. https://www.google.com/search? q=ilene+alexander&ie=utf8&oe=utf8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:enUS:official&client=firefox-a I D. A https://www.google.com/search?q =ilene+alexander&ie=utf8&oe=utf8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:enUS:official&client=firefoxa#q=ilene+d.+alexander&rls=org. mozilla:en-US%3Aofficial IDawnA https://www.google.com/search?q =ilene+alexander&ie=utf8&oe=utf8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:enUS:official&client=firefoxa#q=ilene+d.+alexander&rls=org. mozilla:en-US%3Aofficial IleneDawn https://www.google.com/search?q =ilene+alexander&ie=utf8&oe=utf8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:enUS:official&client=firefoxa#q=Ilene+Dawn&rls=org.mozilla: en-US%3Aofficial IA
  12. 12. Voltaire Networking 1694 – 1778 Identity and/as/in
  13. 13. Troublesome Knowledge challenge to existing beliefs & practices; conceptually difficult Liminality suspended state of partial understanding or stuck place Threshold Knowledge portal to understanding previously unknown knowledge Liminality
  14. 14. Navigation judiciously plan routes to learning and participation in learning Transformative Reflection openly reflect on practice, seek community support and selforganization as a learner Community Sense Making seek context to determine audience, core community, and build reciprocal relationships in new/existing networks Orienteering
  15. 15. Building Your Digital Identity  Highlight material useful to colleagues  Seek collaborators  Source co-authors  Network with colleagues prior to conferences  Engage in research discussions  Review feeds from [colleagues at] conferences  Meet contacts, mentors, peers,
  16. 16. Building Your Digital Identity  Crowd source questions, audience, resources  Follow resources in real time  Track entities professional orgs & conferences  Curate resources bookmark citations  Share calls for reviewers, papers, proposals  Contribute resources open access
  17. 17. Which tools will you use?
  18. 18. Twitter Collective Intelligence
  19. 19. Twitter No egg face
  20. 20. Tag It!
  21. 21. Find and follow people with similar interests #learning #fycChat Share a resource & take time to build a thread RT / MT Post a message Link to a thread Ask a question #ida8101 Start a conversation Reference another person @
  22. 22. Audience Use what is there: email & text, access information, view YouTube; may use in presentations. Individualized activity. Creator Use & create with what is there: upload slides, video, audio; blog; update, use personal social media via smart phone; access, join, participate in social networks. Disruptor Create new networks; create hashtags for real-time events; contribute new ideas as part of professional identity; online identity curated; select range of apps for professional life. What can be your style(s)?
  23. 23. Curate Connect Contribute Communicate Networking Following Followers
  24. 24. Curate As teacher As researcher
  25. 25. Curate Scholar Job Seeker
  26. 26. Connect Making, Sharing & Tracking Notes Words, Images, Sounds & More
  27. 27. Connect Storing & Sharing (Your) Files Public and Private
  28. 28. Connect Storing & Sharing (Their) Files Public and Private
  29. 29. Connect: Bibliographic References
  30. 30. Contribute: Open Access * teaching, learning & research * resources in public domain * Creative Commons license
  31. 31. Contribute: Open Academic
  32. 32. Communicate: Blog With or without your own site
  33. 33. Communicate: Researching Teaching Network
  34. 34. What? So What? Will Be Your Identity as a Digital Scholar? Now What?
  35. 35. The degree to which a product, device, course, or environment is available to as many people as possible; typically associated with people with disabilities and their right to access services, employment and education with as few barriers as possible. Usability The extent to which a product (such as a device, service, or environment) can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals. Universal Design A framework for creating goals, methods, materials, and assessments that result in a flexible and fair approach to curricular design – an approach that generates accessible environments. Accessibility Is More Than Access
  36. 36. Ilene D. Alexander morelearning4morestudents.co m @IleneDawn Thanks to Lucy Hawkins @CareersLucy & Kate Lindsay @KTDigital (University of Oxford) for their slideshare

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