Live-blogging: Mapping your social media footprint

From today’s Social Media and Doing a PhD workshop: this photo gallery chronicles our group activity “Mapping your social media footprint”, a self-audit of our social media use frequency, as well as our feelings about such use.

Images represent each groups 4-part grid:



Far Left = Visitor (I rarely or never use this)

Far Right = Resident (I frequently use this, or “live” on this platform)


Upper: Most positive (I feel positive about using this)

Lower: Most negative (I feel negative about using this)



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I run the ThinkLab at the University of Cambridge, and research digital habits, productivity, and wellbeing.

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