Niso dn l13eternalgoingppf

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  1. 1. Eternal sunshinefor spotless minds:7 warnings for networking online1KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  2. 2. Eternally sunny? 7 warningsAssume that it’s all public & enduringKeep it professional & purposefulGive info; don’t just reactAvoid floodingKeep it conciseAcknowledgeInteract timelily2KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  3. 3. #1: Assume it’s all publicNothing is privateIt’s not all anonymousEverything is always “open”Everything matters in all ways for a long time3KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  4. 4. #2: Keep it professional & purposefulRemember the difference: Formal v. informalRemember the difference: Professional v. un-Remember your “image” & ethicsWhat’s the point? Attend to tone4KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  5. 5. #3: Give (new!) infoIs it new?Is it interesting?Is it germane, relevant, important?Does it pass the re-post/ re-tweet test?5KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  6. 6. #4: Avoid a network floodDon’t monopolizeDon’t post & re-post & ad infinitumFind the sweet spot: abandonment / inundation6KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  7. 7. #5: Keep it conciseRule #1: KISSWhen in doubt, leave it outPlay the role of the naïve readerPut it aside, preferably for 24 hrs.7KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  8. 8. #6: Acknowledge (re)sourcesWhere did this come from?Who said it (first & why)?Are the 5 w’s at play?8KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  9. 9. #7: Post it timelily: Ask…Does it warrant immediate response?Does it demand immediate response?What will happen if you do not respond?9KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning
  10. 10. Warnings:Importance & implicationsImportance:Does it matter? If so, to whom?Should it matter ? If so, why & how?Implications:Why does it matter?What are/will be its consequences?What is the effect of its SM presence?What is the near & distant future for SM?10KA Watson, Coastline Distance Learning

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