Tomorrow afternoon I will facilitate the Digital Identify of University working group at Harvard Law School's Internet & Society conference. Here is the description of the working group:
With digital tools such as message boards, social networks, and search engines making University and its clients’ identities more public than ever, navigating the integrated media landscape for students and other members of University has become increasingly difficult. In a world where anonymous postings can have lasting effects on the professional and personal lives of students, and when University clients and their digital identities can be expressions of the University as a whole, this workshop will focus on how we begin to navigate this space and how we form the digital identity of University.
The panel is in Pound Hall 107 from 1:45 to 3:30PM. I will likely blog about some of the issues discussed sometime next week.