People and places we know about who are re-using the materials we have presented here. Please feel free to let us know on the comments page if you are making use of the materials we provide.
ReadyToResearch – a collaboration between The Open University, HEFCE, Mimas, the University of Leicester and The University of Nottingham provides Open Education Resources for research students.
University of Victoria, Canada, re-uses the This Is Me materials in their advice for students on “Managing your digital identity”
Florizel Media, a communications company, has a gues post from Professor Shirley Williams on Digital Identity.
University of Leicester Careers Service uses a This Is Me leaflet to help raise student awareness of Digital Identity issues.
The Washington Secretary of State Wikis have a draft of Digital Identity for Librarians, thanks to Nancy White of Full Circle Associates
Foliospaces.com, an ePortfolio provider, had a re-worked copy including extra work available on line until 25/09/2012. Hopefully it will become available again, as per the CC-BY-SA licence.
The Student Stories site has a nice re-worked document based on the This Is Me work
Full Circle Associates (thanks to Nancy White) have repurposed the first This Is Me workbook for use in the non-profit and NGO sectors
Social Media Exchange have translated the NGO version in to Arabic
Professor Kiyoshi Murata from the Centre for Business Information Ethics, Meiji University is working on a version for middle school children, to be available in both Japanese and English
Linda Castañeda from Universidad de Murcia has translated the Snakes and Ladders game in to Spanish (included on this site)