Digital Identity & Wellbeing

The vast range and immediacy of digital technologies have transformed everyday interactions; the way we socialise and communicate, learn and teach, carry out and complete tasks, discover and share information. There are many opportunities for connecting not just with colleagues and students, but also with employers and the wider community; in doing so, building communities of practice and helping to prepare our students for the digital workplace. Within this digital world, we also need to think about our work-life balance and how to contribute positively, effectively and safely online as well as how to help students become professional digital citizens.

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