A DML Commons Blog Talk discussion on Digital Identity

This was originally published on Storify at https://storify.com/cogdog/dml-commons-who-are-you-online but because they are trashing their web site in May 2018, I have liberated my content here using the Storify Link Extractor tool.

Because the Blog Talk Garage is flexible, we shift this week from technical topics for an open conversation on scholars building, managing, benefitting from their digital identity. Where are we on the spectrum of “visitors” and “residents” on the web? What are the pitfalls? Joining us are a group of academics with plenty of experience and interest in this area. And we hope to match them with #DMLCommons participants who are just starting to explore their online presence.

Alan Levine (@cogdog) host
Bonnie Stewart (@bonstewart) University Prince Edward Island
Maha Bali (@bali_maha) American University Cairo
Alec Couros (@courosa) University of Regina
Laura Gogia (@GoogleGuacamole) Virginia Commonwealth University
Anna Keune (@akeune) Indiana University
Jacqueline Vickery (@JacVick) University of North Texas

Relevant Resources:
Visitors and Residents: A new typology for online engagement by David S. White and Alison Le Cornu
Open To Influence: What Counts As Academic Influence In Scholarly Networked Twitter Participation by Bonnie Stewart, (See also summary from Inside Higher Education)
Recent #TJC15 Twitter discussion
Assumptions and Challenges of Open Scholarship by George Veletsianos and Royce Kimmons
How Collaboration Empowers Learning by Howard Rheingold
Web Literacty Lensing: Identity by Laura Hillfiger
We, Our Digital Selves, and Us by Alan Levine




See  http://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/fm/article/viewArticle/3171/3049