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ImageCCBY-NC-ND2.0FredericPoirot
social media, digital identity & me
Catherine Cronin @catherinecronin Digital Champions, ...
workshop for students
as part of Digital Champions
student-staff partnership
@DigiChampsNUIG
@EXPLOREnuigsu
@nuigalway
4#hashtags
#ge16  #hometovote  #refugees  #digilit
Image: CC BY-NC 2.0 Roo Reynolds
Networked Publics
danah boyd
@zephoria
danah.org
space constructed
through
networked tech...
Participatory Culture:
low barriers to
artistic expression & civic engagement
strong support for
creating & sharing
inform...
multimodal
multimedia ✓ voice / choice
networked ✓ topic / content
social ✓ genre / tone
purposeful ✓ space / place
collab...
“I don’t think
education is about
centralized instruction
anymore; rather, it is
the process [of]
establishing oneself
as ...
networked
educators
networked
students
Physical
Spaces
Bounded
Online
Spaces
Open
Online
Spaces
Higher Education
Image: CC...
so… what inhibits you? what inhibits us?
social
academic
/profession
al
private public
WHO YOU SHARE with
context collapse
WHO YOU SHARE as
digital identity
Slide courtesy of Bonnie Stewart @bonstewart
CC BY 4.0 bonstewart http://www.slideshare.net/bonstewart/academic-twitter-th...
ImageCCBY-NC-ND2.0FredericPoirot
digital identity
+ privacy
As studies become more contextualised it
seems that the real lesson of online identity is
not that it transforms identity ...
digital dualism
physical world digital world
‘REAL’ ‘VIRTUAL’
...our reality is both technological and organic,
both digital and physical, all at once. We are not
crossing in and out o...
It is wrong to say “IRL” to mean offline:
Facebook is real life.
Nathan Jurgenson (2012)
The IRL Fetish
so… what to do?
social
academic
/profession
al
private public
some ideas for discussion…
 Take ownership of your digital identity;
think about your online hub(s).
 Consider privacy settings & openness;
balance...
about.me/catherinecronin
CONNECT DO SHARE
CC BY-NC 2.0
CCBY_NC2.0JamiePichora
CCBY_NC2.0youngdoo
 Take ownership of your digital identity;
think about your online hub(s).
 Consider privacy settings & openness;
balance...
Thank you!
Catherine Cronin
@catherinecronin
slideshare.net/cicronin
about.me/catherinecronin
References
boyd, danah (2010) Social network sites as networked publics: Affordances, dynamics,
and implications, In Papac...
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Workshop for students who are thinking about their digital identities (social, civic, political, scholarly, pre-professional) and their use of social media and networked publics. Slides are shared here for students as well as for partners in the @AllAboardIE and @DigiChampsNUIG projects.

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  1. 1. ImageCCBY-NC-ND2.0FredericPoirot social media, digital identity & me Catherine Cronin @catherinecronin Digital Champions, NUIG, 18 Feb 2016
  2. 2. workshop for students as part of Digital Champions student-staff partnership @DigiChampsNUIG @EXPLOREnuigsu @nuigalway
  3. 3. 4#hashtags #ge16  #hometovote  #refugees  #digilit
  4. 4. Image: CC BY-NC 2.0 Roo Reynolds Networked Publics danah boyd @zephoria danah.org space constructed through networked technologies the imagined collective which emerges (people + tech + practice)
  5. 5. Participatory Culture: low barriers to artistic expression & civic engagement strong support for creating & sharing informal mentorship members believe their contributions matter social connection Henry Jenkins @henryjenkins henryjenkins.org
  6. 6. multimodal multimedia ✓ voice / choice networked ✓ topic / content social ✓ genre / tone purposeful ✓ space / place collaborative ✓ time / duration agentic Participatory Culture literacy practices
  7. 7. “I don’t think education is about centralized instruction anymore; rather, it is the process [of] establishing oneself as a node in a broad network of distributed creativity.” @Joi Ito (2011) Slide: CC-BY-SA catherinecronin Image: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 yobink
  8. 8. networked educators networked students Physical Spaces Bounded Online Spaces Open Online Spaces Higher Education Image: CC BY-SA 2.0 Catherine Cronin, built on original Networked Teacher image by Alec Couros
  9. 9. so… what inhibits you? what inhibits us? social academic /profession al private public
  10. 10. WHO YOU SHARE with context collapse WHO YOU SHARE as digital identity
  11. 11. Slide courtesy of Bonnie Stewart @bonstewart CC BY 4.0 bonstewart http://www.slideshare.net/bonstewart/academic-twitter-the-intersection-of-orality-literacy-in-scholarship
  12. 12. ImageCCBY-NC-ND2.0FredericPoirot digital identity + privacy
  13. 13. As studies become more contextualised it seems that the real lesson of online identity is not that it transforms identity but that it makes us more aware that offline identity was already more multiple, culturally contingent and contextual than we had appreciated. Danny Miller (2013) @dannyanth Photo by George Miller (used with permission) “
  14. 14. digital dualism physical world digital world ‘REAL’ ‘VIRTUAL’
  15. 15. ...our reality is both technological and organic, both digital and physical, all at once. We are not crossing in and out of separate digital and physical realities, a la The Matrix, but instead live in one reality, one that is augmented by atoms and bits. Nathan Jurgenson (2011) @nathanjurgenson Digital Dualism versus Augmented Reality
  16. 16. It is wrong to say “IRL” to mean offline: Facebook is real life. Nathan Jurgenson (2012) The IRL Fetish
  17. 17. so… what to do? social academic /profession al private public
  18. 18. some ideas for discussion…
  19. 19.  Take ownership of your digital identity; think about your online hub(s).  Consider privacy settings & openness; balance between these will vary depending on your aims and the tool you use.  When new to any tool or online space: first observe, listen & learn, then engage in conversations & contribute.
  20. 20. about.me/catherinecronin
  21. 21. CONNECT DO SHARE CC BY-NC 2.0 CCBY_NC2.0JamiePichora CCBY_NC2.0youngdoo
  22. 22.  Take ownership of your digital identity; think about your online hub(s).  Consider privacy settings & openness; balance between these will vary depending on your aims and the tool you use.  When new to any tool or online space: first observe, listen & learn, then engage in conversations & contribute.  Enjoy! 
  23. 23. Thank you! Catherine Cronin @catherinecronin slideshare.net/cicronin about.me/catherinecronin
  24. 24. References boyd, danah (2010) Social network sites as networked publics: Affordances, dynamics, and implications, In Papacharissi, Z. (ed.), Self: Identity, Community, and Culture on Social Network Sites, Routledge, New York. Ito, Joi (2011, December 5) In an open-source society, innovating by the seat of our pants. The New York Times. Jenkins, Henry (2006) Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Chicago. Jurgenson, Nathan (2011) Digital dualism versus augmented reality. Cyborgology. Jurgenson, Nathan (2012) The IRL Fetish. The New Inquiry. Stewart, Bonnie (2015) Open to influence: What counts as academic influence in scholarly networked Twitter participation. Learning, Media and Technology 40(3), pp 1- 23. Stewart, Bonnie (2016) Academic Twitter: The intersection of orality and literacy in scholarship? Slideshare.

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