As mentioned in my previous post, I am pro multiple online identities to protect my privacy. However from the comments and posts, it has struck me a few thoughts on it. Jacinda’s post gave me an insight to having a single identity. Despite having a different take from her, I stand firm on my position … More Reflective summary on having more than one online identity
(Source: Giphy) What is an online identity? It is a persona that one establishes in this digital world. Having multiple online identities has given a remarkable ability for an individual to become different individuals all at the same time and the information portrayed is what differentiates you from others. Now that we have understood what … More Topic 2 – How many identities do you have?
Having read through several of my colleagues’ post, I was able to gain a deeper insight into the differences between a ‘visitor’ and a ‘resident’. It also made me realize that hey, I’m not the only one who is a culprit of being an “in-between”! Being a selective ‘visitor’ or ‘resident’ is very commonly found … More Reflective Summary of ‘Digital Visitors’ & ‘Digital Residents’
The modern digital age has shaped individuals, young or old, to be proficient in technology. Prensky’s framework generalized the older generation who were less exposed to technology as ‘digital immigrants’ while ‘digital natives’ were used to label the younger generation who grew up with technology. While it seems to be a trend that the older generation is slowly but surely … More Topic 1 – ‘Digital Visitors’ vs ‘Digital Residents’
So psyched to be blogging for the first time! Stepping out of my comfort zone sure isn’t easy but i’m stoked to be trying something new. For the first lesson, we were told to rate ourselves on our current level of digital literacy at the start of this module (1- no experience, 5- very experienced). … More Self-test