Digital Identity and Reputation // Tech in Higher Ed Classroom Edition

This episode is part of a classroom edition series to the podcast, featuring panels I moderated for my Florida State University graduate-level course, Technology in Higher Ed. Sometimes phrases like “personal branding” and “online presence” feel like buzzwords, which is why we’re dissecting them in this week’s panel. Guests Laura Pasquini, Katie Linder, and Ed Cabellon talk about their approaches to digital identity, give their advice for maintaining a positive digital reputation, and even touch on privacy concerns related to an online presence.

Notes from this Episode

Roadsideamerica.com

Hunt the Wumpus

Mavis Beacon

You’ve Got This Podcast

Anatomy of a Book Podcast

Blended Course Design Workbook

Note to Self Podcast

Academics Online book

Master Type

ICQ Chats

Oregon Trail

Carmen San Diego

Speak & Spell

Inspector Gadget

Flickr

del.icio.us

Chris Gilliard

Anatomy of a Book

Down & Out in the New Economy (book)

Jim Groom

Allen Lavene

Laura Gogia

Alec Curous (PLN)

AVP institute NASPA

Mighty Networks

#SAdoc

#SAgrad

#PHDchat

#ECRchat

Higher Ed Live Network

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More about the Panelists

Dr. Ed Cabellon is a higher education senior administrator, educator, and leader in organizational change through Student Affairs, marketing, and digital technology. With twenty years of progressive administrative experience, he currently works at Bridgewater State University (BSU) leading divisional efforts in strategic planning, marketing, budgets, fundraising, and human resources. He is also an adjunct faculty member in the BSU College of Business, teaching both “Strategic Management” and “Principles of Marketing” and in the Caldwell University online Higher Education Administration masters program, teaching “Curriculum and Technology.”

Additionally, Dr. Cabellon is an experienced speaker and consultant. Since 2007, he has delivered over 75 invited keynotes, presentations, and workshops for colleges, universities, businesses, and associations across the United States and parts of Canada. He has also co-edited and authored a number of articles and publications focused on engaging the digital generation of students and student affairs administrators and staff. These efforts have earned him national recognition, including being named to the “Top 50 Must-Read Higher Education Technology Blogs” list by Ed Tech: Focus on Higher Education since 2012, the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Technology Innovators” list in 2013, and as an ACPA Diamond Honoree in 2015.

Ed earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Stonehill College, a Master of Science in Educational Leadership from Central Connecticut State University, and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership from Johnson and Wales University. He believes that educational institutions and organizations should strategically implement technology to improve work capacity, augment existing engagement efforts, and catalyze important changes that positively impacts student success.

Ed currently resides in southeastern Massachusetts with his wife and two daughters (ages 9 and 11). He is avid runner, completing 17 half marathons and 2 marathons (including the 2017 Boston Marathon); golfer and basketball player. He is a superfan of all things Star Wars, Back to the Future, and Harry Potter and can even DJ your next event, but only if you love 90s hip-hop and R&B.

Find Ed online:  Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | Website | Email

Katie Linder is currently the director of the Ecampus Research Unit at Oregon State University and the host of the “You’ve Got This” podcast, “The Anatomy of a Book” podcast, and the “Research in Action” podcast. She also serves an associate editor for the International Journal for Academic Development.

Katie is an avid writer and researcher with a passion for process and peeking behind the scenes at what it takes to be a successful academic. For the past several years, her work has focused on blended course design best practices, institutional supports for accessible online learning, and research literacy for scholarship of teaching and learning practitioners and distance education stakeholders. She speaks on topics such as blended course design, effective collaboration practices, best practices for designing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects, and helping students learn in an age of digital distraction.

Her latest works include The Blended Course Design Workbook: A Practical Guide (Stylus, 2016) and the edited New Directions volume on Hybrid Teaching and Learning (Wiley, 2017). Some of her recent articles can be found in Innovative Higher Education, the Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance, and e-Learning. Currently, she is under contract for her third book on Managing Your Academic Identity Online; two edited collections on high-impact practices in online learning and the business of innovating online; and is the editor of a forthcoming book series from Stylus Publishing on online teaching and learning.

Katie earned her BA in English Literature from Whitworth University in Spokane, WA, and her MA and PhD in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from The Ohio State University.

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Laura Pasquini is a Lecturer in the Department of Learning Technologies in the College of Information at the University of North Texas in Denton, TX and a Researcher with The Digital Learning and Social Media Research Group at Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC. Her scholarly work examines digital and open practices, specifically how social technologies impact and influence professional organizations, learning networks, and communities of practice. Laura thinks it’s a critical time for colleges and universities to be proactive in how they support and navigate digital interactions with their campus stakeholders. We need to model and mentor digital identity development for our students, staff, and faculty at our institutions. When she’s not researching or teaching you can find her wrassling with rescue pups, playing her ukulele, crafting a cocktail, or off the grid to take a hike or exploring the globe.

@laurapasquini LinkedInabout.me/laurapasquiniPodcastsResearch Shorts [videos] – @AcAdvChat community (Follow the #AcAdv hashtag) – Blog (publications, presentations, teaching, and more!)

Email: laura [dot] pasquini [at] unt [dot] edu

About Josie and The Podcast

In each episode, Dr. Josie Ahlquist – digital leadership author, researcher, and speaker – connects tech and leadership in education. This podcast will bring you leaders on-campus and online. From Senior Vice Presidents on Snapchat, YouTubers receiving billions of views and new media professionals. All through the lens of social media and leadership. Josie hopes you will not only learn from these digital leaders but also laugh as we all explore how to be our best selves online and off.

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Josie

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