My generation was the last to grow up without the internet. It was also the first to have the internet and all its connectedness thrust upon us in our teenage years. In true millennial fashion I embraced the internet, and the opportunity to develop my internet presence, as soon I got a personal desktop computer. I became a resident of networks such as MySpace, CalgaryPlanet (I’m surely giving away my age here!), and of course Facebook. Continue reading “Defining my Digital Identity and Digital Presence”
It was an enlightening experience to research my digital identity. Determining the difference between resident and visitor forced me to differentiate between where my presence merely exists, vs where I am truly visible to those outside of my small network. Continue reading “Resident VS Visitor Mapping – Defining my Digital Presence”
Attending the 2021 MALAT symposium was an enlightening experience for me. The variety of presentations was impressive, and the dedication and commitment to each individual research project, consultation project, or professional area of research was clear from every presenter I had the opportunity to hear or read. Continue reading “Symposium Highlights and Reflections.”
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My name is Paula Insell, and I am a passionate learner, creator, trainer, instructional designer, mother, daughter, sister, friend, peer, and partner.