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#LTEC4121: Presentation of Self Online


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How do you present yourself online? Consider this as you develop your personal biography, itemize your skills, and share your talents.

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#LTEC4121: Presentation of Self Online

  1. 1. Have You Thought About Your Personal Presentation [Online]? LTEC 4121/5121: Module 1
  2. 2. Module 1: Learning Goals 1. Outline what your digital stamp is on, social media and online that impacts your personal presentation of self 2. Develop a short biographic overview of you, your talents, and expertise. 3. Identify social and digital tools that might work for you to communicate, collaborate, and interact with other professionals.
  3. 3. Presenting Your [Digital] Self… Start with you. Have you thought about your digital self lately? Let’s get selfish…
  4. 4. What’s a “Selfie”? Syllabification: sel·fie Pronunciation: /ˈselfē / NOUN (plural selfies) INFORMAL A photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and shared via social media
  5. 5. Exhibit A – Perpetual Celeb #Selfie
  6. 6. Exhibit B Dangerous Adventure #Selfie
  7. 7. Exhibit C – What I’m Doing Now #Selfie
  8. 8. Your Social & Digital Identity IS Your Identity • Have you Googled Yourself Lately? • Online and Offline Selves = I.R.L. (In real life) • Screen Time (TED Radio Hour) Part I & Part II [must listen/watch] • IRL Podcast via Mozilla [Must listen]:
  9. 9. Reflect About Your Digital Self REFLECT: Journal #1
  10. 10. Visitor and Resident Continuum This is not a binary item. It’s about you socially and digitally reflecting about your online self. (White & Le Cornu, 2011)
  11. 11. Educational Stages (Connaway, White, & Lanclos , 2011; White & LeCornu, 2017)
  12. 12. Visitors • Using the web for a purpose. • “leave no trace” – the have no social persona online • Web as a collection of tools, expert(ise), search • Private, Individual, Content, Goal oriented , converging, quantitative
  13. 13. Resident • They “live” out a portion of their life online; social latency when offline for a while • Web as a “space”, social, communal • Does not mean collaborative; can be part of a community but still isolated • visible, nebulous, qualitative, a-work-in-progress, networked, personal(ized)
  14. 14. Visitor Resident Personal Professional
  15. 15. Personal vs. Professional It all depends on the context, right? Let’s look at your personal and professional (institutional self) in these digital spaces, tools, platforms, and technologies. Think about YOU. Not your “brand,” but your values, mission, and true self. How are they lived out online? What does your social and digital persona say about you?
  16. 16. Visitor Resident Personal Professional
  17. 17. Visitor Resident Personal Professional
  18. 18. What’s Your Motivation For Being or Becoming A Resident? Not about technical skills, but rather how people approach the technology Culture & Motivation Are we moving into a postdigital or post technical space? Digital literacies & digital skills – it’s more about socio-cultural perspectives
  19. 19. Communication Digital literacy is a skill that needs to be developed. Are you modeling and mentoring effective communication online?
  20. 20. The Digital Skills Framework
  21. 21. Model & Mentor Identity • Do you like spam? Do you like “bots”? Professionals don’t either. • What value do you want to share ? • What information do you disseminate? • Start with these questions, and then add in personality and variety.
  22. 22. Image c/o Where do you “live” online & connect with professionals?
  23. 23. Digital Identity: Your Online Traces What could an online persona do to help support your professional self? - What’s online about you? - How do you “present” yourself on the web? - What do you want to say about your experience & talents?
  24. 24. Motivation [To Leave a Social Trace] Not about technical skills, but rather how people approach the technology Culture & Motivation - Are we moving into a post digital or post technical space?
  25. 25. #ugstSTORY
  26. 26. Live Tweets to take Notes
  27. 27. #ODUadvise
  28. 28. What Employers Want… • Critical thinking • Problem-solving • Technical skills • Leadership • Teamwork Jobs Outlook 2017 via NACE
  29. 29. When I graduate I want to be able to show __________. #AcAdv
  30. 30. Integrity [To Support & Listen] Digital literacies & digital skills – it’s more about socio-cultural perspectives. How are we being “present” with others online? How are we showing empathy?
  31. 31. Image c/o Luke Mahan Find a Space… Web 2.0 #SocialMedia Social Web New Media Platform App
  32. 32. Digital Identity Development in Your Professional Communities • Open honest identities create vehicles for relationship building • How can our identities be present online • What considerations for data & privacy do you have in your career field?
  33. 33. Twitter for Idiots “…people have to get Twitter before even thinking about such things and I’m not totally sure that you can teach people to get Twitter? People get Twitter by using it.” ~ Andy Powell
  34. 34. What’s hashtag do you follow on _____?
  35. 35. -Have a chat -Share resources -Offer support -Ask questions -Learning -To be social… Personal Learning: Informal Learning
  36. 36. “It’s not about the technology, it’s all social” - Tanya Joosten (@tjoosten)
  37. 37. • Use of social media & technology does not mean sensitive data will be shared. EDUCATE yourself!!!! • Like all things, proper training & support are needed: • -protocols • -privacy • -challenges • -suggested practices
  38. 38. What Happens On Campus Goes On YouTube • Shout out to @ACPA & @equalman + MORE! • #ACPAdigital
  39. 39. 1. Be social 2. Respond 3. Share 4. Connect 5. Start the conversation 6. Keep it going: make time Flickr photo c/o furiousgeorge81 Be a Participant
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