I really need to follow Laura Pasquini’s example and take some time to audit my digital presence properly. But I have made a start of sorts. Last week I ran a session with a group of business studies Masters level students around online professional identity. In the session we explored our online presence through White and Le Cornu’s Visitors and Residents model and looked at some of the current trends in social medial. We also discussed Laura’s post and hopefully the students will now be using her really useful (open) template to create their own digital audit.
Although I haven’t
had made time to do my own audit, as part of the prep for the session I did have a quick rummage around my online spaces. My own professional online identity seems to be manifested primarily in this blog, twitter and Linkedin. The latter more because I feel I have to have a presence there, the former because they are now embedded in my practice. I also found it hard to easily find the date I joined instagram . . . Hopefully post about my audit to follow soon, but in the meantime here is a link to the slides for the session.