This workshop explores the digital well-being competency in the B.C. Post-Secondary Digital Literacy Framework, which discusses the need to be aware of your digital identity and intentional about creating and managing your online identity. But doing so requires a constant tension between authenticity and anonymity. You want to present your true self but also be cautious about interacting with others. This workshop is designed to explore these challenges and uncover shared insights into striking a balance in a way that aligns with your values and goals.
In this FLO Friday session, you will:
- Explore different aspects of online identity and how they impact self-image.
- Navigate the push and pull between authenticity and anonymity in your online identity.
- Develop strategies for managing your online identity in a way that supports your values and goals.
This notice is to inform you that this session will be recorded, archived, and made available publicly on BCcampus.ca. By participating in this session, you acknowledge that your participation in this session will be recorded and the recording will be made available openly.
About the Facilitator:
Taruna Goel (she/her) is a learning and development professional with over 23 years of experience in adult education, workplace training, and performance improvement. She has designed custom learning experiences (classroom, e-learning, and blended) for Fortune 500 companies, government organizations, and industry associations in Canada and abroad. She currently works with North Pacific in Vancouver, where she designs competency-based occupational standards, certification, and assessment frameworks and ways to recognize prior learning programs for technical and non-technical occupations. Taruna is an instructor at the University of Victoria, a FLO facilitator with BCcampus, and a board director at the Immigrant Services Society of B.C.