You want to make it as easy as possible for other people to find you and your stuff which means you need to link your various accounts together. For example:
The best way to learn how to use a tool is to watch other people use it well. Look for peers with accounts that you like and check:
Sharing reflections (after attending a conference, after teaching a lesson, unit or lab, and more) can show how you actively work to incorporate new information and approaches or improve as a professional. It can also show that you are engaged in your discipline and with your peers. Reflections can be delivered on personal websites, on social media, or anywhere else online where others in your discipline are active.
To make a good impression online you need to prove that you are indeed a real person and not an anonymous bot, work of fiction, or satire account. Providing a real name (not just your internet handle), a photograph (preferably of yourself), and some small pieces of verifiable information is essential.
Social networks are amazing tools but they have their dark sides too. Take time to become comfortable with how a website works and to configure privacy and security settings.
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