This blog houses my digital resume. When I started my program at Wilkes a year ago, I was apprehensive to start a blog. I didn’t want to be a blogger who shared the most mundane things to the masses. But I will fully admit that it has come in handy on more than one occasion for sharing professional development or as a common spot for information for my colleagues.
When I was adding links to all the sites that I have a presence on, I chose to only add those in which I have a professional presence on. I chose not to add social media past Pinterest because I’m careful with what I share about my personal life online. The people that I am “friends” with online are my friends or family in real life. I don’t follow strangers; they don’t follow me. I don’t feel the need to approve people I’ve known since I was 2 if I haven’t seen them in equally as long of a time. I have Google Circles for this program, however I don’t use it socially. It was important for me to have only my professional information on this site. If I had a professional Facebook page, I would link to that, but I don’t.
You can find links to my digital presence on this page under “About Me” and, more recently, “FDK Resources.” This is a page I added as a result of speaking at a state educational conference. Overall, I’m ok having a digital presence, as long as I can keep my personal and professional lives separate. I’d make a terrible celebrity!
You can find the links to the other pages below: