This is the first of 23 things and you should start your journey here. In this thing, you will learn about blogging, set up a blog and make your first blog post.
In this thing, you’ll learn about Open Badges, register for an account and apply for your first two badges.
In this thing, you will explore why you, your employer and people who use services might benefit from developing your digital capabilities.
Many people don’t know how big a digital footprint they leave when doing things online. Completing this thing will help you understand digital footprints.
In this thing, you will have the opportunity to reflect on what you do on social media and consider personal and professional boundaries.
Completing this thing will give you the opportunity to consider digital security which is relevant for both your personal and professional life.
Working through this thing will help you find trusted, relevant and reliable resources online.
In this thing, you’ll get the opportunity to consider the hugely popular and influential social media platform Facebook, and how you can use it safely.
In this thing, you’ll develop your understanding of the ‘Cloud’ and explore what opportunities it presents for you, your learning and people who use social services.
Learn about podcasts, how to access them, and which ones might support your learning and development.
Learn about Twitter and how it can be used to support your practice, your organisation and your learning and development.
Learn about apps which you can use to support your practice.
Learn about LinkedIn and how you can manage your professional online identity.
In this thing you will learn how to manage, organise and work securely with email.
It wasn’t all that long ago that video calling was the preserve of science fiction. Now, many of us walk around with this technology in our pockets and bags.
In this thing, you’ll develop your understanding of what digital learning is and assess your own capabilities.
In this thing you’ll learn about Open Educational Resources (OER). OER are free resources that have been made available for others to use, share and adapt to support learning.
Learn more about social media, how your organisation and the SSSC use it.
Learn about apps which you can use to support your learning.
This thing allows you to collaborate on a document with other SSSC 23 Things participants and take part in and set up an online poll.
In this thing, you’ll explore the concept of a digital legacy, and what it means for you and the people you support.
In this thing, you’ll be asked to think about how technology can improve outcomes for people who use services.
To complete this thing, you must have completed all of the other 22 things.