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Social networking with our students:
digital identity,
privacy &
authenticity



Catherine Cronin
NUI Galway
@catherinecro...
standardized
                student-
       static
                centred
        stale




                    CC BY-NC...
instructor-led   →        student-led

individual        →       collaborative

in class          →        online, open

 ...
constructivism
connectivism
Meaningful learning occurs with
knowledge construction, not reproduction;
conversation, not reception;
articulation, not r...
5 challenges
awareness




            CC BY 2.0 fPat
commitment




      CC BY 2.0 vramek
access




         CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 theloushe
authority




            CC BY-SA 2.0 marfis75
design




         CC BY 2.0 seier+seier
Challenge
students...
but honour
who and where
they are.




       CC BY-NC 2.0 Michael
2nd year Professional Skills module




        + digital literacies

  social media, social networking
                  ...
#ct231 at NUIG   #litet at LIT-C
authentic
audience


            CC BY-ND 2.0 loop_oh
digital identity

   privacy

 authenticity
CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Frederic Poirot
http://www.intel.com/museumofme/
case study: digital identity (Twitter)

                             Egg
                                 6%
  Alias      ...
CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Frank
#studentvoice

“I was wary about joining a circle of people
that I did not know. On Facebook I always
make sure that what ...
#studentvoice

“I did not like adding the LIT students
because I have never met them.”

“By posting publicly it opened up ...
CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Saunderses
#studentvoice

“It gave me a chance to see everyone's
opinions on these topics and give my own,
a lot more interesting and...
#studentvoice

“I would recommend Google+ especially in
universities because I had access to all this
great reading in rel...
Although as this was an assignment I felt like your posts were not only being graded by your lecturer but everyone in the ...
#studentvoice

“As this was an assignment I felt like your
posts were not only being graded by your
lecturer but everyone ...
CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Susa
Reflection...
#studentvoice


“Through Google+ we were able to break
down the geographical barrier between us
and Clonmel in order to sh...
#studentvoice


“I enjoyed the whole collaboration with
LIT,    I found it interesting and enjoyable
researching and readi...
Thank you!
 CC BY_NC 2.0 youngdoo




         @catherinecronin
catherine.cronin@nuigalway.ie
 www.slideshare.net/cicronin
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  1. Social networking with our students: digital identity, privacy & authenticity Catherine Cronin NUI Galway @catherinecronin #cesi12 CESI Conference 25th February 2012 CC BY-NC 2.0
  2. standardized student- static centred stale CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 danmachold
  3. instructor-led → student-led individual → collaborative in class → online, open 1 classroom → authentic learning
  4. constructivism connectivism
  5. Meaningful learning occurs with knowledge construction, not reproduction; conversation, not reception; articulation, not repetition; collaboration, not competition; & reflection, not prescription. Jonassen, et al (2003) Learning to solve problems with technology: a constructivist perspective.
  6. 5 challenges
  7. awareness CC BY 2.0 fPat
  8. commitment CC BY 2.0 vramek
  9. access CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 theloushe
  10. authority CC BY-SA 2.0 marfis75
  11. design CC BY 2.0 seier+seier
  12. Challenge students... but honour who and where they are. CC BY-NC 2.0 Michael
  13. 2nd year Professional Skills module + digital literacies social media, social networking CC BY-SA 2.0 rolvr; CC BY-SA 2.0 openDemocracy; CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 inju
  14. #ct231 at NUIG #litet at LIT-C
  15. authentic audience CC BY-ND 2.0 loop_oh
  16. digital identity privacy authenticity
  17. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Frederic Poirot
  18. http://www.intel.com/museumofme/
  19. case study: digital identity (Twitter) Egg 6% Alias Photo 25% Exact (self) Avatar 33% name 56% 39% Nearly name Photo 19% (group) 22% Twitter ID profile photo
  20. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Frank
  21. #studentvoice “I was wary about joining a circle of people that I did not know. On Facebook I always make sure that what I post or what I am tagged in will not be seen by people who I do not want to see it.” “I learned a lot more about writing to the public. Before this I would have been less likely to express my views to a group of people online whereas now I would not have a problem in doing so.”
  22. #studentvoice “I did not like adding the LIT students because I have never met them.” “By posting publicly it opened up our world to other academics or people who are just interested in the topic we are posting about. I don’t think anyone would have thought that the author of one of the works we were researching would get involved.”
  23. CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Saunderses
  24. #studentvoice “It gave me a chance to see everyone's opinions on these topics and give my own, a lot more interesting and refreshing than other assignments in our course.” “Changes my view of social networks just being used for mindless chatter. They can actually be useful for research and feedback if used correctly.”
  25. #studentvoice “I would recommend Google+ especially in universities because I had access to all this great reading in relation to technology that people had found, that I would probably never find on my own or read in a book in a library!” “I did not find our assignments involving Google+ useful or interesting. If I wanted to learn about digital literacy, privacy, etc, I would do my own research on these topics and come to my own conclusions.”
  26. Although as this was an assignment I felt like your posts were not only being graded by your lecturer but everyone in the circle too. Some people offered their opinion only to just get the assignment done and not to really engage in any conversation on the topic.
  27. #studentvoice “As this was an assignment I felt like your posts were not only being graded by your lecturer but everyone in the circle, too.” “Some people offered their opinion only to just get the assignment done and not to really engage in any conversation on the topic.”
  28. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Susa
  29. Reflection...
  30. #studentvoice “Through Google+ we were able to break down the geographical barrier between us and Clonmel in order to share ideas, thoughts and opinions with students we’ve never met before on a wide range of topical issues like privacy, digital literacy and social media.”
  31. #studentvoice “I enjoyed the whole collaboration with LIT, I found it interesting and enjoyable researching and reading all the various topics being discussed and thought the whole idea was good, although everything got a bit messy.”
  32. Thank you! CC BY_NC 2.0 youngdoo @catherinecronin catherine.cronin@nuigalway.ie www.slideshare.net/cicronin
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