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Goodbye #UOSM2033! You’ve been great!
From looking at my initial self assessment, the scores alone reveal how uncomfortable I was with my own digital profile,… Read more Goodbye #UOSM2033! You’ve been great!
Reflection on Topic 5
The future of education should not be reliant on researchers being able to purchase their way through all these paywalls.… Read more Reflection on Topic 5
What to do with your online content?
Making your content freely available is a great tactic to increase potential audience viewers and exposure (PHD Comics, 2012), people… Read more What to do with your online content?
Reflection on Topic 4
I found this week’s topic very interesting to read, as everyone chose different ethical issues and it created a much… Read more Reflection on Topic 4
It is better to be safe, than arrested.
When I was younger we would be taught ethical sayings such as “money is the route of all evil”, and… Read more It is better to be safe, than arrested.
Reflection on Topic 3
I found this a very useful topic to research, as a student who will be entering the workforce soon (hopefully)… Read more Reflection on Topic 3
Let’s just keep it professional.
In recent years, the importance of owning a professional online profile has skyrocketed. In the past all an employer had… Read more Let’s just keep it professional.
Reflection on Topic 2
This week’s blogging experience was a much less stressful ordeal, I feel I am getting to grips with WordPress and… Read more Reflection on Topic 2
Are you who you say you are?
When identifying one’s personal online identity, there are a variety of forms that come to mind: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc.… Read more Are you who you say you are?