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  • Interconnected – InterdependentDistributed - DiscussionLearning Networks – Personal and Professional
  • GOALSWhat will you create? How will you use? How will it connect – overall? to you? to your work? What will be the impact – on learning, teaching, scholarship, quality of life?
  • Who do we talk to?Counterpart services at other HEIsInternal partnersExternal servicesPotential future service usersThe general publicCurrent services usersDirect, public Q&AHigher accountabilityPre-emptive responses
  • Tagging 101 Hash A-Z Dictionary of Educational Twitter Hashtags | favourite academic tweeters: lists available to browse by subject area


  • 1. Create a Digital Footprint, or one will be created for GRAD8101 Fall 2012 you…
  • 2. from randomizedto personalised
  • 3. Academic Dr Alec CourosSo, now what?
  • 4. About.Me
  • 5. identity is distributed but connected 66
  • 6. s/l/ engagement public & community collaboration Photo by ♥KatB Photography♥ & = Identity Digital Reputation Presence
  • 7. Getting Started... 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, electronic/digital
  • 8. Image from Learning with „e‟s ple.html
  • 9. Digital Identity as Portfolioshowcase your professional selfattend to What?and to So What?before the job search Now What?showcase your rolesembed your “unique”share your passionuse your voice
  • 10. how and where you
  • 11. Ross Dawson, Marketing facts,, Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0
  • 12. Building an Academic Digital Identity1  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, collaborators  Follow calls for funds & calls for participants at seminars Web 2.0 for research: building an online academic identity, by Lorraine Warren;
  • 13. Building an Academic Digital Identity2  Crowd source ask questions, gauge audience, expand resources  Follow resources in real time  Track entities professional organizations & conferences  Curate resources social bookmarking for self, others, entities  Post calls for readers, reviewers, papers, proposals in new realms  Contribute resources open access  Maintain connections  Publish open access, peer reviewedT ext Using Web 2.0 for research: building an online academic identity, by Lorraine Warren;
  • 14. Twitter as… collectiveintelligence
  • 15. Twitter Conventions - Summarized• @UMinnTeachLearn is our Twitter handle• Messages that start @UMinnTeachLearn are directed at us, and often expect a response• Messages that contain @UMinnTeachLearn are referencing us• #phdchatUMN is a hashtag – a self generated way of labelling dialogue on a topic
  • 16. …even if you don‟t maintain your own blog!hoto by M i x Y (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
  • 17. What can be your style(s)? Audience Use what is there, use email, access information, maybe register accounts on FB, watch youtube, maybe use in presentations, text on mobile, largely individualized activity Creator Use and create what is there, create video, sound, upload, keep a blog, update, use FB for social events, use smart phone, access, join and participate in existing networks Disruptor Create new networks, develop activities based on real-time events and breaking news, main space of professional identity is online, rigorously maintained, download apps onto smartphone and extend Using Web 2.0 for research: building an online academic identity, by Lorraine Warren;
  • 18. the importance offollowing & followers
  • 19. tag it!ttp://
  • 20. which tools will you select?
  • 21. How might you curate your presence as aTeacher? Researcher? Job seeker with one simple tool?
  • 22. Ilene D. Alexander = Ilene Dawn Alexander = IleneDawnTEACHING NETWORKING• - ida8101 •• * •• * ••• * FUTURE • pdworksPERSONAL • Moodle• • Tumblr• * • VoiceThread - done • – done: & LEARNING• *• * = maintain work-related version of the platform, too•
  • 23. Select Resources • Personal Learning Network - WikiPODia • Weblossary and Glossary of Key Terms • Twitter - WikiPODia • Christina Costa - academic digital identity • Lorraine Warren - online academic identity • Your Twitter Community - hashtag basics • Creating Your Own Hashtag - video • Academic Tweeters - lists and lists • Seth Godin & Tom Peters - blogging • Gareth Morris - researcher blogging • Creative Commons and Flickr
  • 24. Ilene D. Alexander Cristina Costa @IleneDawn @cristinacostThanks to Lucy Hawkins @CareersLucy & Kate Lindsay @KTDigital (University of Oxford) for their slideshare