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Digital Identity and Wellbeing

Jisc defines Digital Identity Management as "how you develop and project a digital identity – or several identities – and how you manage your digital reputation."

Digital Wellbeing is defined as "how you look after your personal health, safety, relationships and work-life balance in digital settings."(Jisc digital capability report: 2019)

The capabilities of Digital Identity and Wellbeing harness and support all others.

If you can protect yourself online, in regards to privacy, data, identity, wellbeing and mental health, then you have the essential foundations on which you can begin to build and develop your other capabilities.

This makes Digital Identity and Wellbeing a very good place to start when it comes to digital capabilities, as they allow you to thrive in all other aspects of digital use.

We have published an article on Digital Identity and Wellbeing on our blog, if you would like to read more.

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Wellbeing at Queen's during COVID

Wellbeing at Queen's: Working from Home

New wellbeing information has just been launched by People and Culture. It contains some important wellbeing tips and advice for working from home. Find out more here 

Building Resilience - Zoom Sessions

Sign up to a 40 minute information session on how to build personal resilience during the challenges of this time. These sessions are free and start from 20 April onwards. Please contact wellbeing@qub.ac.uk to register your interest.