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Competition – 23 Feb

quote from a studentAt the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies on Thursday 23 February 2017, there will be various activities, information and competitions.

All students at the Roslin Institute and he Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies are welcome – come along to the View and find out more!

You could win a £20 voucher by simply drawing your online presence or telling us how someone should effectively manage their online presence (digital footprint).

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Competition

2016competitionWe want to hear from you: tell us how you manage your digital footprint/online presence

£20 Amazon Vouchers to be won!

Competition

We want to hear from you! How do you manage your digital footprint/online
presence and what advice you would give other students? For example, in relation to e-professionalism, security, creating an effective online presence, and much more.

We would like you to provide a piece of advice/quote (max 50 words) and a longer piece of advice that could be turned into a blog post (max 500 words). Please submit your answers using the link to the survey below.

Eligibility

The competition is open to all students and PhD researchers (undergraduates, postgraduates, online distance learners, and PhD researchers) who are affiliated with The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies or Roslin Institute.

Submit via this link: http://edin.ac/2dwpPrY

Closing date: 30 October 2016

 

ILW Competition – Question 5 (Last Question!)

iStock_000005583808Small_sparkDuring ILW (16-20 Feb), there will be a question each day on the topic of social media/digital footprint. The questions will be published via the Digital Footprint blog, Facebook and Twitter. Answer all 5 questions and submit your answer via the Google form (found www.ed.ac.uk/iad/digitalfootprint) and you could win one of two £10 book tokens.

Eligibility: University of Edinburgh staff and students

Question 5 (20 Feb) – What is the topic of the latest Digital Footprint Campaign podcast (by Nicola Osborne)?

ILW Competition – Question 4

iStock_000005583808Small_sparkDuring ILW (16-20 Feb), there will be a question each day on the topic of social media/digital footprint. The questions will be published via the Digital Footprint blog, Facebook and Twitter. Answer all 5 questions and submit your answer via the Google form (found www.ed.ac.uk/iad/digitalfootprint) and you could win one of two £10 book tokens.

Eligibility: University of Edinburgh staff and students

Question 4 (19 Feb) – What must you change on social networks if you want to control who can see your posts and content?

ILW Competition – Question 3

iStock_000005583808Small_sparkDuring ILW (16-20 Feb), there will be a question each day on the topic of social media/digital footprint. The questions will be published via the Digital Footprint blog, Facebook and Twitter. Answer all 5 questions and submit your answer via the Google form (found www.ed.ac.uk/iad/digitalfootprint) and you could win one of two £10 book tokens.

Eligibility: University of Edinburgh staff and students

Question 3 (18 Feb) – If you want to add a keyword to a tweet what symbol do you prefix the word with?

ILW Competition – Question 2

iStock_000005583808Small_sparkDuring ILW (16-20 Feb), there will be a question each day on the topic of social media/digital footprint. The questions will be published via the Digital Footprint blog, Facebook and Twitter. Answer all 5 questions and submit your answer via the Google form (found www.ed.ac.uk/iad/digitalfootprint) and you could win one of two £10 book tokens.

Eligibility: University of Edinburgh staff and students

Question 2 (17 Feb) – Social media can help your employability! Name the most popular social network for professional networking which is used in the UK.

ILW Competition – Question 1

iStock_000005583808Small_sparkDuring ILW (16-20 Feb), there will be a question each day on the topic of social media/digital footprint. The questions will be published via the Digital Footprint blog, Facebook and Twitter. Answer all 5 questions and submit your answer via the Google form (found www.ed.ac.uk/iad/digitalfootprint) and you could win one of two £10 book tokens.

Eligibility: University of Edinburgh staff and students

Question 1 (16 Feb) – What year was Facebook founded?