Digital Identity: Reflecting on your Online Presence

Course Code
50129213

Course has already taken place

Provider
OD&PL

Tutor(s):
Angela Newton

Suitability
All staff and students

Date(s)
Thursday, January 26, 2017, 12:15 to 12:45

Max Places:
50

Description

Digital Dates - reflecting on your online presence

Most of us have some kind of online presence, whether the information
has been created and published by ourselves, or someone else.
Reflecting on this regularly has numerous benefits, including ensuring
that others see the most useful and accurate information about you as
possible, and to enable you to be aware of what bears your name online.

Aim of Session

Reflect on your current online presence, and share ideas about how you
would like to shape your future profile.

Participants will have an opportunity to reflect on their current online
profile, look at examples of online tools being used effectively by
others, and consider ways in which they could shape and develop their
profile in the future. We will also provide some examples of further
courses and online materials to further explore ideas raised in the
session.

Content:

This short interactive session involves group discussion, individual
reflection and sharing ideas.

Tutor:

Angela Newton (Learning Advisor, Skills@Library)

Related Workshops:



This workshop is part of a series of workshops on Digital Dates. For
details of other workshops and events please see
http://www.sddu.leeds.ac.uk/sddu-digital-dates.html