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This is Me Digital Identity and Reputation on the Internet

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The work of the This Is Me project, prepared for presentation at the EduServ "Where Next For Digital Identity"

The work of the This Is Me project, prepared for presentation at the EduServ "Where Next For Digital Identity"

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    • 1. This is MeDigital Identity and Reputation on the Internet
      Professor Shirley Williams
      University of Reading, UK
    • 2. Rugby and Reputation
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/60892750@N00/4181066513/sizes/o/in/set-72157594271646013/
      rugby www.rugby-pioneers.com
    • 3. Identity and Performance
      “...all human identities are by definition social identities. Identifying ourselves or others is a matter of meaning, and meaning always involves interaction: agreement and disagreement, convention and innovation, communication and negotiation.” Jenkins, 2004
      “…using the term ‘performance’ to refer to all the activity of an individual which occurs during a period …before a particular set of observers…” Goffman, 1959
    • 4. Digital Identity
      We use the term "digital identity" (DI) to describe the persona an individual presents across all the digital spaces that he/she is represented in (performances in Digital Places)
      Reputation/Trust are other people’s interpretation of this DI.
    • 5. Aims
      Enabling individuals to recognise the nature of their DI.
      Empowering them to increase their control of their DI
      Understanding the employer's perspective on DI.
    • 6. History of the Projects
    • 7.
    • 8. Our Methodology
      Observe
      Talk
      Develop learning material
      Trial
      Refine
    • 9. Activities
    • 10. Which would you open?
      If you were an employer with hundreds of enquiries about a single opportunity and had mail from the following email accounts:
      ireallydontcare
      thirstyferret
      fluffypinkbunnyknickers
      heavymetalrockfan
    • 11. Have you ever Googled yourself?
      Volunteer?
    • 12. Findings
      Material that the participant had posted themselves and forgotten;
      Material posted by other people that the participant was unaware of.
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/spine/2076729686/
    • 13. Our Outputs
      Website
      http://reading.ac.uk/thisisme
      Workbook
      Games
      Leaflets
    • 14. By-products
      Use by other universities
      Re-purposed by Nancy White for NPO/NGO Folks
      Arabic translation
    • 15. Material for Schools
      PGCE Trainee Teachers
      IT student project
    • 16. Acknowledgements
      The This is Me Project was originally funded by Eduserv; now funded by CCMS
      Team members include: Pat Parslow, Sarah Fleming, Richard Hussey, David Stanbury, Finbar Mulholland and Sarah Morey
      Other contributors are from the University of Reading and beyond
    • 17. Thank you
      You can find me at:
      Email:
      shirley.williams@reading.ac.uk
      Twitter, delicious, Skype:
      shirleyearley
      Blog:
      http://redgloo.sse.reading.ac.uk/ssswills/weblog
      Second Life:
      Rosie Luna
      etc