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Presentation for MSL pre-service teachers as part of senior seminar -- focus on online professional identity and digital footprint.

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    • Web Identity: Thinking Locally, Reaching Globally When Crafting Your Digital Footprint
      Mary Hodder (http://www.flickr.com/photos/maryhodder/123208237/)
      Carl A. Young
      North Carolina State University
      MSL Seniors Presentation
      August 19, 2011
    • Who are you?
      Who am I?
    • NCTE
      newlit.org
    • carl_young@ncsu.edu
      slingtunes@gmail.com
      cayoung7@gmail.com
    • Other facets of my online identity…
    • but enough about me, on to you...
    • Are you a publizen?
      “See Me, Click Me”: Washington Post, 6-23-06
      Student Generated Content: 64% of online teens ages 12-17 have created content on the internet (Dec. 2007, The Pew Internet & American Life Project, www.pewinternet.org).
    • Informed Insights
      DanahBoyd (http://www.danah.org/) – Social Media researcher at MS Research New England and Fellow at Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society.
      Others: Greenhow, C., Robelia, B., & Huges, J. (2009); Bull, G., et al. (2008); boyd, d. m., & Ellison, N. B. (2007)…
      Student Perspective – more telling than we might think!
      - “If you’re not on MySpace [or __ ], you don’t exist.”- Skyler, 18, to her mom
      Citation: boyd, danah. (2007). “Why Youth (Heart) Social Network Sites: The Role of Networked Publics in Teenage Social Life.” MacArthur Foundation Series on Digital Learning – Youth, Identity, and Digital Media Volume (ed. David Buckingham). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (Note: Available for download at her site.)
    • Follow Up to Your Peer Web Investigation
      1 – Take a few minutes and search further for information if needed.
      2- After conducting a brief web investigation of your partner, use your findings to evaluate the information you find about your partner from these three different perspectives (in other words, take on these personas and respond to what you find):
      a. a friend or colleague; b. a principal or school administrator, or an employer, or a college admissions officer; c. the parent of one of your students, or your parents or another relative
      3- Share – what did you find? Reactions? Action steps?
      On to the issues... see the wiki!
      http://nli2011.wikispaces.com/Social+Networking
    • Q & A on Web Identity
      Thank you!
      Carl A. Young, Ph.D.
      NC State University
      carl_young@ncsu.edu
      Please see related presentation wiki page at
      http://nli2011.wikispaces.com/Social+Networking
      Join and participate in theNewLiteracies Collaborative
      http://newlit.org