The Center for Russia, East Europe, and Central Asia, European Studies, and the Center for Southeast Asia at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invite you to attend “Your Digital Personality” — a free professional development webinar for teachers by visiting scholar Ekaterina Libova.
This talk was originally part of the now postponed “Cyber-warfare and Accelerating Global Change Teacher Professional Development Workshop” and has been modified as an online lecture with Q&A. The lecture took place May 3, 2020 and is now available to stream online.
FOLLOW THIS LINK TO STREAM THE LECTURE.
About the Speaker
Ekaterina Libova is a vising scholar from Moscow, Russia. She holds an LL.M. in Intellectual Property and works as a legal counsel for an IT company. Libova analyzes the effects of global digitalization on human presence. Digital identity will play a vital role in the global community, but a lack of proven legal identity may cause exclusion from political, economic, and social life. Libova’s research seeks to understand the theoretical and practical issues on how a so-called “digital person” functions, and focuses on possible solutions to harmonize the digital identity standard.