Journalism + Digital               ReputationA lesson in privacy, publicity and online first impressions                  ...
Plug your name into  a search engine
The INVISIBLE JOURNALIST                   “My online reputation is nearly invisible.                   None of the search...
You must have me confused with someone else                                      “Sharing almost an entire name with      ...
I’M THE OTHER GUY. Really.“If you search Google Imagesfor my name, you will find aphoto of a boy about my agewho goes to t...
IRRELEVANT RESULTS“I don’t have anything offensive or embarrassing,but what’s there is unnecessary information.”         “...
STUNNING LACK OF PRIVACY“I am a bit alarmed three of my random Facebookphotos are featured on Google Images.”     “So much...
I’ve been tagged, unfortunately “I don’t have anything against my pictures being thefirst to show in Google Images, excep...
Follow up LESSONS Be your own digital publicist: Useful strategies  for online reputation management Ethics: How journal...
Background image by sakurabonodori via           deviantart.com  Internet meme images created with          memegenerator....
Digital Journalism Education Teach-A-Thon | Teaching Students to Rate Their Online Reputation | Journalism Interactive Con...
Digital Journalism Education Teach-A-Thon | Teaching Students to Rate Their Online Reputation | Journalism Interactive Con...
Digital Journalism Education Teach-A-Thon | Teaching Students to Rate Their Online Reputation | Journalism Interactive Con...
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PRESENTER: Marie Shanahan, University of Connecticut

DESCRIPTION: Teaching Students to Rate Their Online Reputation. Part of Journalism Interactive 2013 conference Teach-A-Thon. Educators were given 5 minutes to talk about curriculum ideas, tools, class assignments and more to help digital journalism educators. Journalisminteractive.com

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  • “ About four years ago, my friends made a phony Twitter profile and used my real name . Some of the tweets on the account were inappropriate and featured a rather unflattering picture.”
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  • Digital Journalism Education Teach-A-Thon | Teaching Students to Rate Their Online Reputation | Journalism Interactive Conference 2013 | journalisminteractive.com/2013/

    1. 1. Journalism + Digital ReputationA lesson in privacy, publicity and online first impressions Marie K. Shanahan Assistant Professor of Journalism University of Connecticut @mariekshan
    2. 2. Plug your name into a search engine
    3. 3. The INVISIBLE JOURNALIST “My online reputation is nearly invisible. None of the search results were about me.”“When I put my full name into Google Search, none of the immediateresults are related to me. There’s a stained glass artist, a professor atAssumption College, the Wikipedia page of a jockey from the 1800s.” “My name is so common. I share it with hundreds across the United States.” “I am not even really on the map.”
    4. 4. You must have me confused with someone else “Sharing almost an entire name with a gorgeous celebrity married to Daniel Craig has its benefits. But I am much harder to find…My digital Rachel Weisz image by snarky1 via footprint, clearly, is not very good.” Flickr/Wikimedia Commons, cc “After pages and pages about an ex- NFL backup quarterback, I finally found most of my journalism work.” Image via nfl.com
    5. 5. I’M THE OTHER GUY. Really.“If you search Google Imagesfor my name, you will find aphoto of a boy about my agewho goes to the University ofConnecticut with the samename. He is less concernedabout his image. This concernsme. I am uncertain what to do Image via Twitter user @YAWWWWWWabout it.”
    6. 6. IRRELEVANT RESULTS“I don’t have anything offensive or embarrassing,but what’s there is unnecessary information.” “No articles or previous work… It shows I may not have much journalism experience.”
    7. 7. STUNNING LACK OF PRIVACY“I am a bit alarmed three of my random Facebookphotos are featured on Google Images.” “So much of my life is made public these days and without my consent.” “To think that so much of your personal information is so blatantly available to the rest of the world can be terrifying.” 
    8. 8. I’ve been tagged, unfortunately “I don’t have anything against my pictures being thefirst to show in Google Images, except the fact thatthose are pictures from my ex-boyfriend’s MySpace account.”
    9. 9. Follow up LESSONS Be your own digital publicist: Useful strategies for online reputation management Ethics: How journalists impact the online reputations of others
    10. 10. Background image by sakurabonodori via deviantart.com Internet meme images created with memegenerator.net

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