Digital territory

I shall be addressing these issues at METM18 in October in a presentation entitled When your name’s on it: marking your digital territory:

When does sharing become stealing?
When is tweeting not cool?
What can you do to curtail bad practise and raise awareness without raising hackles on social media?
What do you do if someone fails to give proper acknowledgement for material on your blog?
When do you call someone out for copying someone else’s conference presentation? What can you do to know your rights, and how can you mark your digital territory accordingly?

If you have any graphic examples (i.e. images, screenshots) you would like me to include in my presentation, please send them to me at language @ sapo . pt  with “MEMT18 territory” as the subject header. Your contribution will be acknowledged, of course.


©2018 Allison Wright

P. S. The When your name’s on it: marking your digital territory presentation is now available for download.

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