This Is Me - Learning materials about Digital Identity

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Author(s)Produced by the This Is Me project, funded by Eduserv; modified by Nancy White; re-Modified by Shirley Williams, Sarah Fleming and Pat Parslow.
Type of mediaPDF download
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Estimated study timeEstimated study time 1 hour

What would someone who searches the Web for you find? Does it reflect the image of yourself you want to portray? If there is something about you on the Web, how would you find out about it? What does it say about somebody if they have no Web presence in today’s world? This workbook is designed to help you explore the ideas and issues surrounding the concept of Digital Identity.

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Your study time for this resource may be more than one hour if you decide to do the tasks. The profiles and interviews included in this resource help to think about digital identity in very familiar terms. There are 9 activities for you to do, if you wish, and explore your digital footprint as you use Twitter, Facebook, email lists and online banking, or you hunt for a job.

LicenceCreative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales
TimestampThis information table was last updated on 27 June 2012

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