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Rethinking: digital presence

Looking back at my previous blog post where I mapped my digital presence as related to White’s continuum of Visitors and Residents, I had some thoughts on how to move ahead with developing my digital identity towards becoming a “Resident”… Continue Reading →

Visual of my network

For this activity, I used Socilab to create a visual of my LinkedIn network. Socilab is a free/open source web app providing an automated way of visualizing one’s network. In addition, it calculates many metrics used in social network analysis… Continue Reading →

Personal Charter: Cultivating Digital Presence and Identity

Reading about White’s continuum of “Visitors” and “Residents” (White, 2011), in addition to mapping my online engagement, made me further reflect about my current practices of digital presence and online social interactions with others. It was evident that as Visitor, I… Continue Reading →

Tension pair presented by Dave Cormier

Dave’s tension pair attempts to map professional practices with the objective of visualizing where in his grid those practices fall into. I don’t think his tension pair has to do with mapping or understanding digital literacies although they’re related to White’s… Continue Reading →

My online engagement: visitor or resident?

According to Pensky, digital natives are those that were born in the age of the internet and the evolution of digital technology. Therefore, they are totally comfortable with the digital environment and require new educational approaches. As well, Pensky supports… Continue Reading →

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