According to our motto TECHNOLOGY STEWARDSHIP, this week is about learning how to create our personal digital identity, and how to use and improve our techniques and skills.
Here are some questions coming up :
+ What is my intension of creating my digital identity ?
+ Do I necessarily need to define myself in the internet ?
+ If so, what is about privacy ? how far do I want to go in sharing my personal life ?
+ Or, will my personal and my digital ME even fuse into one defined picture ?
+ What is an accurate way, to handle this Fusion of analogue and digital life ?
Though I understand, that this is part of our work, or even the basis for all our online communication and practicing, I am thinking about how to handle it, what message/personal image I want to create. Since we all have already a digital identity, it is now time to define and brand it.
Therefore, we can make use of all kinds of technology/online tools, some of them we already know, and some of them we will surely get to know in the next weeks..
What is most important now, regarding our group-works and our class goals, is to keep on exploring ourselves, in order to share our competences, our knowledge and our skills within the groups so we can strive together for achieving our goals and, in first place, to enrich ourselves and the others…
By now, I don’t have much experience in online tools, so I fear i have not much to contribute to this.
Nevertheless, I like doing researches and gathering / using this information.
Most of the tools i know/ use are tools for communication and sharing.
I would really like to learn more about how to use programs as :
A big Thanks to Maarten van Leeuwen, who gave us a lot of his time to answer our questions and to discuss the difficulties and problems they face within their internal communication.I have now a better understanding of what is needed and what we can effectively contribute to help them.
Creating the spidergram was also a helpful task, regarding both the priorities within our NGO’s community, aswell as in our group.
I hope this week will bring new ideas and inspirations, so we can improve and finally also share our skills !
“It’s not where you take things from — it’s where you take them to.”