I considered the Digital Practice Triangle, but honestly the Visitor versus Resident Framework resonated with me more. During the mapping process, I reflected upon how the bulk of my digital identity spans across the Personal/Institutional continuum, with more towards Visitor than Resident. For example, I mapped YouTube right in the middle, since I create videos on YouTube for students in my courses as well as for student employees (and even the Provost), while I also consume YouTube in my personal life, particularly Yoga With Adrienne at least three times weekly. I positioned LinkedIn as more Institutional (which I parenthetically label as Professional), yet I still am more of a Visitor since I post infrequently. Some of my digital self is purely personal, such as my use of Flipboard and Instagram. I inserted a dotted box absent of content in the Personal/Resident quadrant, as I post very little about myself, which is intentional. I’ll likely mention in my blog that I see the distinctions as a consumer, but know that whatever I post can live across “selves”, so I am very mindful.