Downes Stephen (2008). Â« My Digital Identity Â». In Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP).ePortfolio & IdentitĂ© NumĂ©rique 2008, MontrĂ©al, 5â€”7 mai 2008 Half an Hour. En ligne : <http://halfanhour.blogs ... y-digital-identity.html>.
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|Resource type: Proceedings Article
BibTeX citation key: Downes2008a
|Categories: General, TICE
Keywords: Ă©valuation, portfolio, TIC
Publisher: Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) (MontrĂ©al)
Collection: ePortfolio & IdentitĂ© NumĂ©rique 2008
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In this address to the 2008 e-Portfolio Conference I consider the sorts of questions that might be asked about a studentâ€™s identity in an e-portfolio system and the factors that inform the answers to those questions. Rather than being answered with a simple physical presence, as we might have expected in the past, the question of identity in a digital space requires a complex answer, taking into account a personâ€™s past and future states, as well as his or her motivations, desires and expectations. Accordingly, an identity is best thought of as a distributed profile, written by multiple authors and considering multiple questions, rather than a single fixed point on which attributes may be assigned.
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