You are an online collaborator who works well utilizing technologies to work with others, including peers, professors, industry leaders, or community members. Strong online collaborators can see problems from multiple viewpoints and enjoy working either on a team or independently to discover new investigative solutions.When you're relaxing, you often just enjoy reading various sources about a topic you love, or listening to music while studying, or keeping up with the feeds of friends and micro-celebs.Explore some of the favorite collaborative tools enjoyed by other Agnes Scott students and professors by following the as many ASC social media outlets as possible. Don't forget to follow @ASCCDVL- we will follow you back.(We know you'll go down that rabbit hole right now.)
You are a supreme digital communicator, seasoned with the ability to multitask while engaging in several conversations. Ask yourself: "Have I ever sent a text to the wrong person?" If you have, it's probably because you had several text dialogs going on at the same time. If not, you are a "next level" DC. When it's time to do a project, do you find yourself automatically assessing the best tech tool for the outcome of the project? You might also be excellent at the ability to creatively craft a difficult concept in an easy-to-understand message when doing a presentation or giving instructions. Don't be fooled, not all DCs are extroverts. Some are soft spoken, but provide copious detail in written form. They can usually decipher "tone over text" pretty well. Now that is a true talent.
Your super power is the gift of being a great "analyzer". Not everyone can understand this oftentimes complicated talent. Do you enjoy creating spreadsheets and mining data from a well-designed database? Are you nimble with the use of numbers, functions and formulas to highlight important facts or tell a data story? As an analyzer you will enjoy investigating the many tools to help you manage your time and break projects into manageable chunks. Some of these tools include Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, OneNote, Evernote, Slack, Microsoft Project and many more.
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You can do without all the online time. In fact, when problems need to be solved, you are more likely to pick up a book than your phone. It doesn't mean you hate technology necessarily; however, you can probably list 7 things to do on a Saturday night that don't involve picking up a phone or booting up a device. Let's see, what about cooking dinner using an old school cookbook, biking to a nearby park, constructing a jigsaw puzzle, playing Phase 10 with friends, checking the time on your analog watch, and of course the list gets longer.Whether you "need a tech friend" or you're a "free spirit" or a "luddite" enjoy the freedom to choose, while understanding the world we live in today.For help with tech, peek at the LinkedInLearning resources using your Agnes Scott email as your login.