Build Your Online Presence
How do you represent yourself and your scholarship online? Do you actively cultivate an online presence? If so, how? If not, why?

The Digital Learning Commons is gathering data about the online presence and digital scholarship of Institute faculty in order to learn from those who may have established a robust digital presence and to help those who may have an interest in exploring how to build and grow their own sites and/or approach to digital scholarship.

Please help by filling out the following survey.

First and Last Name
Your answer
Email Address
Your answer
Do you have a website?
If yes, what is the URL? (if multiple, separate with a comma)
Your answer
To what extent do you use or contribute to the following digital sites, platforms, or media to digitally represent yourself or your scholarship?
Don't have
Have but never use
Post/update/log in occasionally
Use on a fairly regular basis
Use often
Essential in my field, use all the time
If you used the "Other" category above, please explain.
Your answer
Do you regularly contribute to any other online spaces/forums/websites?
If yes, please include links to those spaces, and a description.
Your answer
How do you currently publish your work/findings/research?
Your answer
Which of the following are you interested in pursuing further?
Name someone in your field whom you admire, and include a link to more information about that person.
Your answer
Would you like the opportunity to work on your online presence and digital scholarship with other like-minded faculty?
Additional Comments/Questions
Your answer
Thank you!
We are grateful for your contribution and will use our findings to better create future opportunities for faculty to learn from and engage with one another.

Look for more in the next few weeks and throughout the semester in your email and at our website,

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