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Educators Must Keep in Step with their Digital Footprint

Friday, December 19, 2014

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By Dr. Susan Foster Ebbs Associate Professor at American Public University Educators must be keenly aware of issues and considerations related to how their online presence is perceived. Hengstler (2011) shared that an educator’s reputation is often held and scrutinized to a much higher standard than other professionals. So it is very important that educators understand and manage their digital footprint.

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