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Digital Identity: Whodo you want to beonline?Shawna ReiblingKnoweldge mobilization officer, ORSStaff development day May 1...
Social MediaIllustration by W. B. Jones• Relationship• A cycle of knowledgeexchange• Searching, sharing• PossibilitiesBlog...
Digital IdentityDigital identity… a set of data that uniquelydescribes a person or a thing and containsinformation about t...
1. Explain what you do.1. Write down what you hear.2. Report back.
Who am I online?‘When you’re promoting brand YOU, everything you do –and everything you choose not to do – communicates th...
Questions to consider• Do I need a online presence?• Am I ready to be digitally social?• What is my online presence?• Am I...
Questions to consider beforejoining social media• Who am I trying to reach?• What do I want people to know aboutme?• How m...
Your Social Identity• What does your email address sayabout you?• What does your online name say aboutyou?• What do you wa...
Why am I craftinga digital identity?• Knowledge mobilization: Moving researchknowledge into active service• Feedback on id...
Why am I craftinga digital identity?
• What words would your co-workers use todescribe you?Your Digital Identity
Di gi t al I dent i t yExampl es
Consistent identity message
Identity: Personal
Identity: Personal
Identity: Personal
Identity: Professional
Identity: Professional
Identity: ProfessionalRuleofThree
Identity: Work
Identity: Work
Identity: Work
Identity: Work
Identity: Work
Examples
• How do you describe what youdo at work:– At a cocktail party– When you meet a co-worker– To your refereesYour Digital Id...
Di gi t al I dent i t ySet up
Choosing an IdentityChecklist• What name do you currently use?(ifany)• For Twitter: choose something short• Do you use mob...
Web Identity at Laurier• www.wlu.ca/faculty/name• Ask ITS• i.e. wlu.ca/education/kmoreno• Wlu.ca/childlab
Privacy Settings• Set them up well• They change• Test them regularly
Help Others Find You• Be consistent• Claim your space• Be recognizable• Start walking!• Profiles• ePortfolio• Blog• Domain...
Ask others & Talk about it Add to email signatureAdd to Business cardsWrite it on your name tagShare your user names
A video summaryhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UlcOX1fZW4
What is my online presence?Am I starting from scratch?Homework: Open a webbrowser and find yourselfusing one of these tools
Contact meWeb: wlu.ca/research/kmbEmail: sreibling@wlu.caTwitter:@LaurierResearch
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This digital identity presentation was presented at Staff Development Day, May 16, 2013, Wilfrid Laurier University. Audience: staff, social media beginners.

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  • Knowledge mobilization is defined as Moving research knowledge into active service
  • Knowledge mobilization is defined as Moving research knowledge into active service
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpIOClX1jPE
  • Knowledge mobilization is defined as Moving research knowledge into active service Moving this research knowledge into active service involves moving ideas , connecting researchers and people, sharing both people and ideas, as well as searching out and making the connections between ideas and people with common interests visible and transparent. Examples of how these network effects translate to research includes: Faster transfer of information than a journal publication (blog) Feedback on ideas (comments and responses) Knowing what are others in your field working on today ? (twitter) Real-time conversation and network exchange (twitter) Resource sharing (blogs) Notification of when new information is shared (RSS) Ideas, people, sharing and searching are all ways to build your knowledge transfer network.
  • Knowledge mobilization is defined as Moving research knowledge into active service Moving this research knowledge into active service involves moving ideas , connecting researchers and people, sharing both people and ideas, as well as searching out and making the connections between ideas and people with common interests visible and transparent. Examples of how these network effects translate to research includes: Faster transfer of information than a journal publication (blog) Feedback on ideas (comments and responses) Knowing what are others in your field working on today ? (twitter) Real-time conversation and network exchange (twitter) Resource sharing (blogs) Notification of when new information is shared (RSS) Ideas, people, sharing and searching are all ways to build your knowledge transfer network.
  • Welcome Introduce kyle and shawna Explain why we ’re partnering together
  • Blog address: http://boundaryvision.com/about/
  • Welcome Introduce kyle and shawna Explain why we ’re partnering together
  • PJ: So you still don’t have any followers. It would be cool if you could get important people in your network to add you. First, you should let others know you are on twitter - send out an email <CLICK> PJ: Verbally ask your colleagues, send out an email, place your twitter name on your email signature, add it to your business cards, attach it to your door, tell your colleagues, add it to your conference badge. Be visible. <next page> NOTE: Shawna will wear name tag with twitter ID on them
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    1. 1. Digital Identity: Whodo you want to beonline?Shawna ReiblingKnoweldge mobilization officer, ORSStaff development day May 16, 2013
    2. 2. Social MediaIllustration by W. B. Jones• Relationship• A cycle of knowledgeexchange• Searching, sharing• PossibilitiesBlogsTwitterPodcastingVideoFlickrYouTubeFacebookDigital Presence• Who you are online• What are your ideas• Possibilities
    3. 3. Digital IdentityDigital identity… a set of data that uniquelydescribes a person or a thing and containsinformation about the subjects relationships toother entities.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_identity
    4. 4. 1. Explain what you do.1. Write down what you hear.2. Report back.
    5. 5. Who am I online?‘When you’re promoting brand YOU, everything you do –and everything you choose not to do – communicates thevalue and character of your brand’(Tom Peters, 1997, The brand called you)
    6. 6. Questions to consider• Do I need a online presence?• Am I ready to be digitally social?• What is my online presence?• Am I starting from scratch?• Precautions & opportunities …
    7. 7. Questions to consider beforejoining social media• Who am I trying to reach?• What do I want people to know aboutme?• How much time can I spend online?
    8. 8. Your Social Identity• What does your email address sayabout you?• What does your online name say aboutyou?• What do you want youronline identity to be?• Is this for professional orpersonal use?@MrsKutcher
    9. 9. Why am I craftinga digital identity?• Knowledge mobilization: Moving researchknowledge into active service• Feedback on ideas• What are others in your field working on today?• Real-time conversation and network exchange• Resource sharing• Immediate awareness of information• Conferences? Contacts? Partnerships?• Event promotion?
    10. 10. Why am I craftinga digital identity?
    11. 11. • What words would your co-workers use todescribe you?Your Digital Identity
    12. 12. Di gi t al I dent i t yExampl es
    13. 13. Consistent identity message
    14. 14. Identity: Personal
    15. 15. Identity: Personal
    16. 16. Identity: Personal
    17. 17. Identity: Professional
    18. 18. Identity: Professional
    19. 19. Identity: ProfessionalRuleofThree
    20. 20. Identity: Work
    21. 21. Identity: Work
    22. 22. Identity: Work
    23. 23. Identity: Work
    24. 24. Identity: Work
    25. 25. Examples
    26. 26. • How do you describe what youdo at work:– At a cocktail party– When you meet a co-worker– To your refereesYour Digital Identity
    27. 27. Di gi t al I dent i t ySet up
    28. 28. Choosing an IdentityChecklist• What name do you currently use?(ifany)• For Twitter: choose something short• Do you use mobile devices? Is it easyto type?• Can you get a persistent alias
    29. 29. Web Identity at Laurier• www.wlu.ca/faculty/name• Ask ITS• i.e. wlu.ca/education/kmoreno• Wlu.ca/childlab
    30. 30. Privacy Settings• Set them up well• They change• Test them regularly
    31. 31. Help Others Find You• Be consistent• Claim your space• Be recognizable• Start walking!• Profiles• ePortfolio• Blog• DomainsPhoto credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sludgeulper/
    32. 32. Ask others & Talk about it Add to email signatureAdd to Business cardsWrite it on your name tagShare your user names
    33. 33. A video summaryhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UlcOX1fZW4
    34. 34. What is my online presence?Am I starting from scratch?Homework: Open a webbrowser and find yourselfusing one of these tools
    35. 35. Contact meWeb: wlu.ca/research/kmbEmail: sreibling@wlu.caTwitter:@LaurierResearch

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