Thing 3 & 4 – Digital Footprint and Digital Security

My Digital Footprint I think that the information on digital footprints is helpful in order to maintain a good impression on future employers in regards to one’s online presence by making a distinction between a personal and profession social media account. When researching my own digital footprint, the top result on Google was this ePortfolio … Continue reading Thing 3 & 4 – Digital Footprint and Digital Security

Thing 3 & 4 – Digital Footprint and Digital Security

Thing 11: Copyright

A few weeks ago, an academic colleague asked me to digitise a play and add it to a reading list so all of their students could access it: It should be out of copyright (1949) by now, right? Librarian colleagues, depending on what else has happened in their day, might be laughing, groaning, snorting or… Read more Thing 11: Copyright

Thing 11: Copyright

Thing 5 – Diversity

Today the topic of focus was diverse representation online through the use of emojis. Until reading the articles I was unaware that there were issues surrounding the new emojis released. However, I completely understand both sides of the argument. In m…

Thing 5 – Diversity

One note

I feel like Microsoft Onenote is the app none of us will be able to do without in a year’s time. It’s a great way of organising information in a clear, colourful, hierarchical structure: including pictures, calendar entries and even handwritten scribbles. It works well for gathering and compiling important business information, for example that … Continue reading One note

One note

Happy New Year

Today I have been looking at inspiring acting quotes on Tumblr: “Why sit around and say, ‘I’d like to do something?’ You’ve just gotta do it. You might fail at first, but your failures are what are going to allow you to move onto success.” Joel Edgerton https://actingref-for-actorsandanimators.tumblr.com/ Speaking of failure, this background artist’s handiwork … Continue reading Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Thing 10 – Wikimedia

While Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons (a free to use library of images, music, videos and photographs), and online dictionary Wiktionary are arguably quite well known, other Wikimedia projects such as Wikibooks (free to use textbooks, guides and manuals), Wikiquote (notable quotations, proverbs and slogans),  and Wikispecies (a species database) are less familiar to me.   I set out to learn more! Thing 10 calls for an exploration of …

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Thing 10 – Wikimedia

Danny Ricciardo

Having never owned an iphone, I’ve always felt a wee bit left behind in the world of podcasts. When you Google anything, you have the option of searching All, Images, Videos, News and even Books, but not Podcasts (surely this feature would be great and is coming soon though, right?!) But it’s good that more … Continue reading Danny Ricciardo

Danny Ricciardo