Figure 1. articulates the importance of reflections I thoroughly enjoyed this week’s topic it was intellectually stimulating and something that we can all relate to. Respectively, when investigating multiple online identities, there are many avenues that can be explored and closely related topics that add value. So, I exploited this opportunity by utilising different graphics… Continue reading Reflections: Topic 2
In this week’s post, I will discuss multiple online identities; I acknowledge that this topic is broad in scope and is also akin to privacy and fake identities. However, the aim of my post is to highlight the benefits of having the appropriate number of online profiles and underline where multiple identities can equally become… Continue reading Topic 2: The many faces of me: Different sites, different audiences, different purposes.
Prior to writing my first blog post, I overestimated the extent to which I was a digital resident, I anticipated that blogging would be a lot less challenging than the psychology modules that constitute my degree because I use the internet daily. However, I was wrong; I have quickly discovered that blogging is challenging in… Continue reading Topic 1: A reflection
Figure 1. Encompasses the uncertainty of what a digital visitor and resident is The terms digital natives and immigrants were originally coined by Prensky (2001) which were used to explain disparities within digital engagement. Successively, this concept suggests that people who have grown up in the digital revolution (digital natives) are more familiar with… Continue reading Digital residents vs. Digital visitors: The official digital scale
Photo credit: Sebastian Decoret via 123RF Hello world, My name is Raziya Mitchell and I am currently a third-year psychology student at the University of Southampton. The premise of my course includes modules based on neuroscience, statistics and social psychology so taking a class in digital literacy is outside of what I am use to. Following… Continue reading Introductory post