Digital Identities for Learning

Title Digital Identities for Learning
Description The nature of personal information has changed and this module will examine our online presence: its accurate (or not-so-accurate) manifestation, the power structures structures at work in creating it, the exclusive nature of the Internet and who’s interested in what you ‘like’ on Facebook. And as digital identities addresses who the online you is, we’ll move to digital professionalism – as in, does is the online you benefit you both as a learner and as a career-minded individual.
Learning Outcomes By the end of this module, learners will be able to:

  • compare and contrast their digital footprint using a variety of tools and approaches
  • formulate a strategy for managing their digital footprint
  • Your Digital Footprint
  • Social media and self/selves
  • Digital professionalism as a learner
  • Learner as brand
  • Persistence of -isms: marginalized identities online
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