1) Accessing, managing and evaluating online information: (3/5)
As a business student, I am pretty sure that I have the capabilities to conduct intensive research and working on the web adequately.
2) Participating in online communities: (2/5)
I do visit forums to conduct some form of e-retailing from time to time. Would be setting up a LinkedIn account pretty soon for a start!
3) Building online networks around an area of interest: (2/5)
I do enjoy building online networks around an area of interest such as sports but only to a certain extent.
4) Collaborating with others: (2/5)
I had used communication tools such as Skype and TeamViewer before for work related matters, but it is still an area which I should brush up on.
5) Creating online materials (text, audio, images, video): (3/5)
Media communications was my second choice when I shortlisted a few diploma program. I have a slight interest in video editing and had worked on a few projects during my diploma years and 2 years tenure with the Singapore army.
6) Managing your online identity: (2/5)
I had never placed serious considerations into managing my online identity before. My social platform accounts were created with the intentions to meet new people, keeping old friends updated about my life and to rant about life once in a while. I would wish to take this as an opportunity to manage my social profile in a more professional manner and to create a much desired image. Social profile can be an essential tool for me to showcase myself to my current and future network.
7) Managing your online privacy and security: (4/5)
I had experienced cyber bullying as a teenager and is strongly against it. It made me realized the importance of differentiating what I wish to let the public knows from what I wish to let my close friends know and being extra caution with the content I post online.