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My Work and Expertise Collapse this group and show less information
These links describes my work from pre-senior lecturer to post-senior lecturer, including diplomas, evaluations and certificates
References Collapse this group and show less information
Links to places where my work is used as references
In the news Collapse this group and show less information
Articles about me in the various news medias
My wife, Beata Godejord Collapse this group and show less information
My wife's digital presence
Personal interests Collapse this group and show less information
After work activity: Family and friends
My WEB 2.0, and other, Profiles Collapse this group and show less information
My various web 2.0 spaces, and other links that constitute my profile.
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Collapse this group and show less information
I chose early to make Internet a part of my work environment. As a Social Informatics this was a logical step. As a consequence anyone may collect quite a lot of data about me. All this data also constitutes my profile, both professionally and personally.
My Work Space Collapse this group and show less information
This is Internet based services I use in my everyday work. They are not open to the public
 
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Per Arne Godejord

Nesna University College
Nesna,
Norway

E-mail

pag@hinesna.no

About me

Personal profile: Born 1965, married to Beata Godejord, appointed Clan Bell International representative for Norway.
Education: Cand. Polit degree in Information Science 1991 (IFI, UiB), Awarded the Senior Lecturer title in Informatics in 2003.
Current position: Dean, Faculty of Scientific Subjects
Academic area: Social Informatics and Public Law.
International cooperation: The Rob Kling Center for Social Informatics.(PhD student opportunities and Wiki)

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About this page

This page is my experiment with the concept called OpenID. OpenID is described as "an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity.
OpenID starts with the concept that anyone can identify themselves on the Internet the same way websites do-with a URI (also called a URL or web address). Since URIs are at the very core of Web architecture, they provide a solid foundation for user-centric identity."
(Source: ifacethoughts)

As a Social Informatics this is a fascinating concept, not the least because it begs the question; Does a set of URL`s constitute a real and true ID or just a collection of carefully prepared "data" to build a false ID?

My wife, Beata Godejord



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