When we work in digital spaces, especially open digital spaces, we assume an identity. Some people have carefully curated, distinct and separate identities depending on the community they are engaging or aiming to engage; some have one identity and switch between different aspects of their lives, their personalities, or their passions, in the same space. There is no right or wrong in this, merely a diversity of behaviours and approaches.
But how we are perceived frequently matters to us, whether in a personal or professional context, or over a specific period of time. Working in digital spaces means that people have the ability to examine your online musings, your behaviours, and how you relate to others. They will form opinions, judge you in your absence, construe and misconstrue.
Based on a simple 360 feedback tool, Johari Window, the authors have set out to develop a tool that allows users to elicit feedback and reflect on their digital identity.
This session will:
Discuss digital identity and practice,
Demonstrate the tool, and how it can be used in different contexts,
Give participants the opportunity to edit elements of the tool during the session and contribute to future developments.
ALT posted an update in the session “Mirror, Mirror:” working towards a reflective digital practice  20 hours, 21 minutes ago
A recording of this session is available from https://eu.bbcollab.com/recording/272dfe5b539047fc8854eae58f7d658e
Lawrie Phipps posted an update in the session “Mirror, Mirror:” working towards a reflective digital practice  2 days, 5 hours ago
Hi All, if anyone wants to try the tool we will be discussing as part of the session it is available at http://lawriephipps.co.uk/?page_id=8899