I particularly enjoyed the points raised around :
• The sole editorial voice vs. Multiplicities of voice.
• The potential advantages of a lack of physicality in conversations.
• The influence of social media on knowledge structures.
• Social media and it’s perpetuation of the shift away from specialisation.
• The potential for online engagement to mitigate the experience of staring into “The Black Box”.
• The exploration of anonymity via social media channels
• The existence/potential for a multiplicity of roles within a social media // transmedia community.
• Social media as a tool to integrate reflective practice or professional learning in a social cohesive and relevant way.
• Social media and collaborative practice – inviting collaboration into traditionally solitary processes.
• The role of social media in facilitating multiplicities of identity and the collision of such identities.
• Transmedia and a transparent approach to the documentation of changing thought, learning and career trajectories.
– How do social media platforms function in response to and in support of this?
• The relationship between social media and social bridging.
• The potential for social media to act as a catalyst for meaningful conversations.
• Transmedia and notions of gifting. – Content as gift.
Intending to extrapolate on these in some further formal blog posts . Also noticed the prevalence of these themes in my practice , scheming up a bunch of future works as we speak….