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Technologyand Communityas Identity
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Technologyand Communityas Identity
Technologyand Communityas Identity
Technologyand Communityas Identity
Technologyand Communityas Identity
Technologyand Communityas Identity
Technologyand Communityas Identity
Technologyand Communityas Identity
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Technologyand Communityas Identity
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Technologyand Communityas Identity
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Presentation to JISC/Emerge on relational identity

Presentation to JISC/Emerge on relational identity

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  • 1. Technology and Community as Identity George Siemens Emerge: Online Communities and Online Identities April 23, 2008
  • 2.
    • What is identity?
    • Identity formation
    • The Distributed Self
    • Identity Trails
    • Identity in associations
    • Who is paying attention?
    • Concerns
  • 3. Who are we?
  • 4. Identity considerations
    • Technological
    • Relational
  • 5. Technical details of identity
    • Digital identity management: set of processes, tools and social contracts surrounding the creation, maintenance and termination of digital identity”
    • Pato, 2003
  • 6. Terms
    • Identity
    • Attributes
      • Persistent
      • Temporary
    • Authentication (proof of attribute)
    • Access
    • Camp, 2004
  • 7.
    • Most of us are more concerned about relational identity rather than digital identity management
  • 8.
    • Formal identity: when we interact with systems (passport)
    • Informal identity: how we relate to individuals (communal)
  • 9. What do we wish to do with “identity”?
  • 10.
    • What is identity?
    • Identity formation
    • The Distributed Self
    • Identity Trails
    • Identity in associations
    • Who is paying attention?
    • Concerns
  • 11. Identity Formation, pre-Internet
  • 12. Identity post-internet
  • 13. Wellman: networked individualism
  • 14. Three levels of information
    • Direct declaration
    • Indirect: trails of interaction
    • Through devices (GPS, mobile)
  • 15.
    • What you say
      • Profile
      • Expression (blog)
  • 16.
    • What others say
      • Direct comments
      • Voting/rating
  • 17.
    • What you do
      • Trail of identity
  • 18.
    • What is identity?
    • Identity formation
    • The Distributed Self
    • Identity Trails
    • Identity in associations
    • Who is paying attention?
    • Concerns
  • 19. As technology becomes distributed...
    • ...our interactions
    • ...our content
    • ...our identity trails
    • ...our identity
  • 20. Identity trails
    • Self-declared
    • Created as a consequence of actions
  • 21. How does “who we are” influence our relation to others?
  • 22.
    • What is identity?
    • Identity formation
    • The Distributed Self
    • Identity Trails
    • Identity in associations
    • Who is paying attention?
    • Concerns
  • 23. Associative trails between information
  • 24. Associative trails between people
  • 25. Trails in community
  • 26. Our status
  • 27.  
  • 28. Distributed cognition Situated learning
  • 29. Identity distributed
  • 30.
    • What is identity?
    • Identity formation
    • The Distributed Self
    • Identity Trails
    • Identity in associations
    • Who is paying attention?
    • Concerns
  • 31. Identity as function of interactions
    • Identity tied to community
  • 32. Identity is in the pieces, pulled together
  • 33. Our involvement is our identity
  • 34.
    • What is identity?
    • Identity formation
    • The Distributed Self
    • Identity Trails
    • Identity in associations
    • Who is paying attention?
    • Concerns
  • 35. Ratings, reviews, and reputations
  • 36.  
  • 37.  
  • 38.
    • What is identity?
    • Identity formation
    • The Distributed Self
    • Identity Trails
    • Identity in associations
    • Who is paying attention?
    • Concerns
  • 39. Living in glass houses
  • 40. Concerns
    • Future implications
    • Privacy
    • Putting the pieces together
    • Learner awareness of identity formation
    • Impact of “non-existence”
    • Correcting false information
  • 41. Literacy with identity
  • 42.
    • www.elearnspace.org
    • www.connectivism.ca
    • www.knowingknowledge.com
    • gsiemens AT elearnspace DOT org

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