My Digital Footprint

When I search up my name, all that pops up is my Instagram. I am actually surprised that there isn’t anything else. I don’t use many social media platforms, that may be why.  

An example of something that uses cautious sharing of information that is in my digital footprint is my Instagram. My Instagram is set to private, so that only my followers can see my account. I also make sure that I know everyone that follows me. I don’t post anything that could have a negative impact in my life. I don’t share anything personal like passwords.  

 How might your digital footprint affect your family and friends? 

My digital footprint can allow my family and friends to communicate with me through my social media. They can see how I am doing and check in on me. We can chat and send each other things that we like. We can keep in touch with social media. My digital footprint has a good impact towards my family. 

How might your digital footprint your affect job and career prospects? 

People can see that I am close to my family through my social media. They can see that I take social media seriously and am mature. They can see that I don’t fool around with the internet. All that pops up is my Instagram when I search up my name, so it can’t have a negative impact with my future and career prospects.  

The Northwest Rebellion of 1885


I knew that my information was reliable because I used a citation machine and I looked at different cites to see if they had the same information. I chose my medium by looking through the different ones that had timelines. I chose canva because it had the most space for paragraphs and looked the neatest in my opinion. It was geared towards my audience because it’s easy to understand and there is a lot of information. I would refine my project in the furture by finding a timeline templated that has seven spots for paragraphs instead of five, so that I can include all seven paragraphs on one page instead of two pages.  

Image Citations

“Louis Riel (1844-1885) – Find A Grave Memorial.” Find A

“1813.” Battles 1812, 4 Nov. 2014, 

Belshaw, John Douglas. “Canadian History: Post-Confederation.” Canadian History PostConfederation, BCcampus, 17 May 2016, 

Torontoist. “Historicist: Toronto Troops in the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.” Torontoist, 13 July 2013, 

“Battle of Batoche.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 2 Jan. 2020, 

“North-West Rebellion.” North-West Rebellion | The Canadian

“Battle of Fish Creek.” Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, 13 Jan. 2020, 

Timeline Citations

Beal, Bob and Rod Macleod. “North-West Rebellion”.  The Canadian Encyclopedia, 22 February 2019, Historica Canada. Accessed 10 January 2020. 

Macleod, Rod, et al. “North-West Rebellion.” Encyclopædia Britannica, Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 14 July 2017, 

Canadian Geographic. “1885 Northwest Resistance.” Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada, Canadian Geographic, 15 June 2018,