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Bennett, Elizabeth
Languages: English
Types: Unknown
Subjects: L1, LB2300
Attwell, Hornumg-Prahäuser and Warburton have identified five “problem spaces” connected to the notion of digital identity for teachers;\ud 1. How can we manage overlaps between our professional and personal identities\ud 2. What digital literacy skills do we need to teach?\ud 3. How can we manage our online digital identities if we are not in charge of the data?\ud 4. Is privacy a thing of the past?\ud 5. In what ways is the discourse of danger a barrier to individuals engaging in online identity e.g. your personal data is easy to locate so that internet criminals can steal and use your identity (2009)\ud \ud The workshop will explore these concepts. The structure of the session is\ud 2. Introduction to digital identity (10 minutes)\ud 3. Exploring digital identity (15 minutes)\ud 4. Demo using Twitter (10 minutes)\ud 5. Activity thinking through use of Twitter (15 minutes)\ud 6. Relating back to the 5 problem spaces (10 minutes)
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