Topic 5: Reflective Summary

This weeks’ topic was, again, a really interesting one. A number of people including Clayton and Agnieszka took the discussion towards Open Access, in particular, Open Education Resources (OER). These discussions were started by the links we were provided and then built upon these. I decided to take my post in a slightly different direction…

Topic 4: Reflective Summary

It was really interesting this week to see such a range of ethical issues picked up upon and how many different ideas people had. Tom picked up on an issue which linked really nicely with topics from previous weeks, especially topic 3 and having a professional identity online. In the previous topic, there was the suggestion…

Topic 3: Reflective Summary

There were some really interesting discussions which I was involved in for this week’s topic. Both Stuart’s and Vicky’s came across the same arguments as I did in my blog. These were mainly that social media can be a great asset to job seekers and to employers in the employment process if it is used…

Topic 2: Reflective Summary

There were some really great contributions to this weeks topic Ammaar’s post summarised the points for and against having a single online identity. He also highlighted that it is very rare that a user will have online one online profile and so they much choose whether the persona on each platform is the same or…

Topic 1: Reflective Summary

Following from Agnieszka’s example, I realised that it would be very helpful to put together a figure on my own web usage on the visitor/resident and personal/institutional spectrums. This was something I would never have thought of doing it was a really helpful visual tool for understanding where on the spectrum I lie. For the most…