May 12, 2013 3:05 pm
Brandon Croke leads panelists Hilary Corna, Ma’ayan Plaut, MaryClare Brzytwa, and Mari Galicer discuss the role social media and the Internet plays in student’s Digital Identity Development. Traditionally, Higher Ed Live’s discussions revolve around how colleges should use social media to tell our campus story, connect with alumni, current, and prospective students, but we rarely spend as much time focusing on how students can be successful at personal branding, digital identity transitions, the importance of developing a personal learning network, how digital media is affecting student learning, and what role colleges should play in all of this.
Taken from the live broadcast May 9th, 2013
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