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Online Development and the College Student

  1. Online Development and the College Student with@PaulGordonBrown,PhD
  2. technology is a TOOL
  3. technology is also a CONTEXT
  4. (Turkle, 2004, para 6) “I want to study not only what the computer is doing for us, but what it is doing to us.” - Turkle
  5. 89% of adults 18-29 years old use social media 67% access it on mobile 98% of adults ages 18-29 are on the internet 70 70 70 43% 60% 89% 65+ 50-64 30-49 70 78% 18-29 social media use by age younger generations are using the internet, social media, and mobile technologies at a high rate
  6. 1 2 We’re Going To Explore Two Topics Today Digital Identity or Reputation Digitized Development @paulgordonbrown
  7. Digital Identity @paulgordonbrown@paulgordonbrown
  8. Digital Identity @paulgordonbrown Or more accurately, digital identities, are the personas, data, and actions we take online as well as the reputation of those identities and how they are viewed by others. @paulgordonbrown
  9. Just because you use social media… doesn’t mean well. you know how to use it @paulgordonbrown
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  11. digital stamp @paulgordonbrown
  12. FROM THE WOMB! We even have digital stamps @paulgordonbrown
  13. Your Name @paulgordonbrown
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  17. Your Name What is the first thing that comes up? Is it you? Is it someone else? What do you want to come up?
  18. BE AWARE! @paulgordonbrown
  19. We need to educate students on digital reputation.
  20. TheInternetIs Forever @paulgordonbrown
  21. Yourparents willprobably postan embarrassing pictureasa #TBT. @paulgordonbrown
  22. Mistakesand embarrassing photoscan followus forever.
  23. THINK POST beforeyou @paulgordonbrown
  24. collegesandemployers arelistening @paulgordonbrown
  25. of recruiters use or plan to begin using social networks/social media for recruiting 94% Jobvite Social Recruiting Survey 2013
  26. @paulgordonbrown
  27. WeWillMake HowWeHandle Mistakes ThemDefinesUs @paulgordonbrown
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  29. youcan’t @paulgordonbrown
  30. PrivacyIs YourProblem @paulgordonbrown
  31. You assume RESPONSIBILITY! When it comes to privacy… @paulgordonbrown
  32. raiseyour privacy settings @paulgordonbrown
  33. BUT @paulgordonbrown
  34. itlowers yourpotential impact @paulgordonbrown
  35. PUBLIC PRIVATE @paulgordonbrown
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  37. BeA Digital Change Agent @paulgordonbrown
  38. follow what’s #trending @paulgordonbrown
  39. slacktivism go beyond @paulgordonbrown
  40. Be a digital change agent. @paulgordonbrown
  41. Digital Identity @paulgordonbrown@paulgordonbrown
  42. Digitized Development @paulgordonbrown@paulgordonbrown
  43. Digitized Development @paulgordonbrown is the underlying developmental processes that inform how we understand ourselves and our behavior in digital spaces. Digitized development can carry unique properties from offline development. @paulgordonbrown
  44. It’s A Psychological Process! @paulgordonbrown
  45. eRezLife Digitized Development
  46. “Themajor achievementof normaldevelopment wasafirmandfixed ‘senseofidentity’” -Gergen Traditionaltheoriesheldthat…
  47. Wenolongerexist asplaywrightsor actorsbutas terminalsof multiplenetworks. -Baudrillard
  48. “Theattemptinthis caseistoconstruct anontologythat replacesthevisionof theboundedselfas theatomofthe socialworld.” -Gergen
  49. Question Research How do college students conceptualize who they are and how they present themselves when they are engaged in digital and social media? @paulgordonbrown
  50. Roger’s Diffusion of Innovation (Rogers, 2003) sample 16 student College students 18-24 years old ‣ Completing/completed coursework in social media (half) ‣ Identified by college staff has heavy/sophisticated users (half) Student Profile ‣ From a highly selective research university on a residential campus near a major metropolitan area in the Northeast
  51. Weekly 6% Daily 6% Multiple x Per Day 88% FACEBOOK Weekly 13% Daily 19% Multiple x Per Day 69% INSTAGRAM Infrequently 13% Daily 19% Multiple x Per Day 69% SNAPCHAT
  52. Male 25% Female 75% Female 80% Latino/Hispanic 20% Grad 6% 4th Year 69% 3rd Year 13% 2nd Year 13% No, Coursework 50% Yes, Coursework 50% COURSEWORK YEAR GENDERID RACE
  53. qualitative inquiry grounded theory (Charmaz, 2006; Glaser & Strauss, 1967; Strauss & Corbin, 1990)
  54. Pre-interview Questionnaire ‣ Establish usage patterns of participant Semistructured Interview (First Session, 1 hour) ‣ Probe how students understand self ‣ Examine how sense is made of online/offline life Synchronous Ethnographic Tour * (Second Session, 1 hour) ‣ Observe how students interact online ‣ How is identity constructed/understood Semistructured Interview (First Session, 1 hour) ‣ Probe how students understand self ‣ Examine how sense is made of online/offline life data collection * (Martínez Alemán & Lynk Wartman, 2009, p. 23)
  55. DigitalIdentity/ Reputation vs Digitized Development What We Produce vs What We Are What Other People See vs How We See Ourselves Can Be Taught Through Rules vs Must Be Learned Dynamically A By-Product Of Development vs The Developmental Process Itself
  56. Digital Identities Digitized DevelopmentOne’s level of sophistication in navigating digitized development impacts how one chooses to present one’s digital identities and how one understands these digital identities in relation to their sense of self. One’s digital identities and the exploration of and action through these identities influences one’s level of sophistication in navigating digitized development (and potentially how one conceptualizes one’s selfhood as digitized). Digital identities are the different representations and personas students take on through different social media platforms and in presentation to different audiences. Digitized development is what occurs when developmental processes, behaviors, and life experiences play out differently as a result of the influence of social and digital technology, their affordances, and the virtual spaces these technologies create. ReciprocalRelationship
  57. MarciaBaxterMagolda’s TheoryofSelf-Authorship
  58. Student explores and experiments openly with social media. This is strongly influenced by authorities (parents/guardians) through access and peers through peer culture. Student does not understand how online and offline interactions can impact each other or possess a sophisticated understanding of context. Student makes conscious choices about social media usage and how it fits into life desires, outlook, and goals. Student realizes that one’s online life requires constant renegotiation as one’s goals, needs, contexts, and circumstances change. @paulgordonbrown
  59. Pursuitof Likes @paulgordonbrown
  60. “HowmanyLikesdid yourpostget?” “Whatdoesthatmean?” Addie
  61. “Thatnumberinitself doesn’tmeananything unlessyoucompareitto otherposts.” -Addie @paulgordonbrown
  62. “Thenyougetinthatwhole thingwherepeoplestart comparingthemselvesto otherpeople.Thatreallyisn’t thebestroutetogodown.” Addie “You’rethinkingaboutit toomuch.”
  63. IMAGE: CHOMPOO BARITONE Curating Perfected Images
  64. “…inthebackofmy mindthere’sacertain standardofinteraction thatIgetoneverysingle tweetthatIdon’twantto makesureIdon’tdrop below.” -Mesut
  65. IMAGE: CHOMPOO BARITONE Selective Viewof Reality
  66. “…weusesocialmediaasa highlightreelofourlivesand howmanytimesoutoften wouldyousaythatyou wouldn'tpostsomething becauseit'snotahighlight.” -Hallie @paulgordonbrown
  67. There'salotoftimeswhenyouthinkthat peoplehavethebestlifeeverbecauseof whatthey'reposting. Wheninreality they'regoingthroughalot,andprobably manysimilarthingsthatyouare,but becausethey'repostingallthisfunstuff, youthinkthattheirlivesareperfect.” -Hallie
  68. masks adance outfits
  69. “…it’salmostlikedoinga dancethatyoucan’tbe toomuchofsomething.” -Liam @paulgordonbrown
  70. games playing
  71. “I'vegottokeepup.” -Annie @paulgordonbrown
  72. “Yeahit’sexhausting… it’swhatcausesmy unhappiness… thecomparisonsget sointense… IfeellikeI’mjusta constantfailure” -Logan
  73. IMAGE: CHOMPOO BARITONE Consuming Perfected Images
  74. “That’swhat,Iassume,[is] causingmygreatest dissatisfactionat[college]. Seeingmylifeincomparison toothers.” -Logan @paulgordonbrown
  75. “Idefinitelythinkaboutit morethanIshould.” -Ashley @paulgordonbrown
  76. Weneedtoteach studentstoown, ratherthanbe ownedby, technology. @paulgordonbrown
  77. don’t teach fearwith @paulgordonbrown
  78. don’t teach with shame @paulgordonbrown
  79. Stay current ontech trends.
  80. Teach college students about managing theirdigital reputations. @paulgordonbrown
  81. Engage with students on digital and social media because we need to understand them in all of their contexts. Be open to a different (not necessarily better or worse) way.
  82. collegesandemployers arelistening Remindstudentsthat… @paulgordonbrown
  83. Learn from and with students how to navigate the online environment. Help them avoid mistakes. Help them understand their self- presentation and reputation online. Be a role model.
  84. Enablestudentsto charttheirownpath. Bearolemodel. @paulgordonbrown
  85. It’sokay…andevenadvised… totakeabreakfrom technologyonoccasion.
  86. making mistakes isbetter than faking perfections
  87. vulnerable be @paulgordonbrown
  88. Understand how social media may impact the developmental process-both in light of current theory and in ways we do not yet understand. Be able to help students understand, navigate and leverage it.
  89. be a good partner to our students
  90. @paulgordonbrown
  91. Use of Technology Heavy UsersLight Users Digitized Development High Level SophisticationLow Level Sophistication Digitized Selfhood mulitplistic/relativistic/relationalsingular/unitary Heavy technology usage is necessary but not sufficient for digitized development to emerge. One could be a heavy user of technology and yet not use it in a way that leads towards greater digitization of development. Similar to physical world development, individuals reach towards higher level sophistication in navigating digitized development over time. Digitized selfhood is the extent to which one views digital/virtual spaces as an integral part of one’s being and therefore constructs concepts of self that are more multiplistic, relativistic, and relational as opposed to singular and unitary. Technology Usage, Digitized Development, and Digitized Selfhood ? ?? Digitized selfhood was hypothesized, but only weakly found in this study. Digitized development is what occurs when developmental processes, behaviors, and life experiences play out differently as a result of the influence of social and digital technology, their affordances, and the virtual spaces these technologies create.