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Tag Archives: digital identity
Curation – a call to action
This is a response for the Ontario Extend module focusing on Curation, specifically accessing and curating from repositories for course content. This is not new for me. I’ve mentioned that I consider curation as a new literacy for teachers to … Continue reading
Posted in Ontario Extend, Talking, Together Tagged course content, curation, digital identity, eCampus Ontario, images, Ontario Extend, self, website 2 Comments
Radical Doubt and Digital Identity – “Dubito, ergo cogito, ergo sum”
I am! I exist! My digital self is me! Do I doubt about digital identity or about myself? Absolutely. What do I really know about my digital self? As I reflect on digital identity and digital citizenship, I’m waxing philosophical. … Continue reading
Posted in Talking, Together Tagged #iTecGDA, Amy Burvall, being human, catalyst, Dave Cormier, digital identity, network, selfie 8 Comments
Connections – Just Open the Box!
Just as Forrest sits to talk to someone he has never met before, connecting in digital spaces opens up new conversations and ideas. Connecting digitally through Twitter or other social media is like a box of chocolates! You never know who … Continue reading
Posted in HumanMOOC, Talking, Together, Virtually Connecting Tagged #HumanMOOC, Alec Couros, Angela Maiers, Connect 2016, connected, digital identity, Maha Bali, Rebecca Hogue, Virtually Connecting Comments Off on Connections – Just Open the Box!
What’s in a name?
It’s a matter of identity, isn’t it? My name links people to my digital and real identity. It’s how people can find me. When they call, it’s why I answer. They are using my name! So what’s in a name? This … Continue reading
Posted in Talking, Teaching Tagged @Bali_Maha, @cogdog, @nomadwarmachine, Alec Couros, digital identity, Katia Hildebrandt, Marci Duncan, name 17 Comments