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Linked in for Faculty

Linked in for Faculty



Highlevel Overview for University Faculty

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    • Linkedin and University Faculty
      Present an informal seminar on how to create and manage your virtual presence in a professional networking environment
      Lubbock Christian University’s IT & EQUIP LCU
    • Linkedin
      A professional networking website
      Similar to social networking sites in terms of design but different in terms the way it is used
      Wikipedia describes it as a "gated-access approach“ for quality and trust
      As with all tools, if you are not doing anything their power is negligible
    • LinkedinNetworks Described
    • Linkages
      • Contact requires either a preexisting relationship, or the intervention of a contact of theirs
      To legacy
      Many users currently affiliated with university
      Students now see you not only as a friend but as a professional resource
      Linkedin is seen as resource for graduating students
      Create a professional online presence
      Gain more traction in popular search engines
    • Network Hierarchy
    • Differentiation
      Understanding the status quo
      Popular trends
      Personal support system
      Tailored to your needs
      Responding to specifically to current activities
    • Vocabulary & Trends
    • Personal Support System
    • Areas of Specialty
      Administration Business Operations Business Travel Career and Education Conferences and Event Planning Finance and Accounting Financial Markets Government and Non-Profit Hiring and Human Resources International Law and Legal
      Management Marketing and Sales Non-Profit Personal Finance Product Management Professional Development Startups & Small Businesses Sustainability Technology Using LinkedIn
    • Areas of Further Specialization
      Almost all areas have subspecialties
      For Example “Management”:
      Business Analytics
      Change Management
      Corporate Governance
      Labor Relations
      Organizational Development
    • Striving for Excellence
      Brand Recognition
      Contributing to the International Community
      Tweaking Research Expertise Relevance
      Caution: Some behaviors items may detract
      Trivial information
      Inclusion of undergraduates not professionally situated dilutes the community
    • Contributing at a National & International Level
    • References
      Dickeson, R. C. (1999). Prioritizing academic programs and services . San Francisco: Josey-Bass.
      Linkedin Marketing. (June, 30 2008). What is Linkedin?. Retrieved September 22, 2009, from YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzT3JVUGUzM
       Wikipedia. (2009). Linkedin. Retrieved September 23, 2009, from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LinkedIn
    • LCU Information Technology & Equip LCU
    • About the Presenter
      J. D. Wallace ,PhD - Associate Professor
      Program Coordinator for LCU Communication Dept.
      Currently, authored /coauthored over 50 national and international presentations and publications in the areas of crisis communication, technology-mediated communication, and organizational communication.
      A broad range of consultancies including the Federal Reserve Bank System, Tandberg Inc., Continuity Insights, and Pepperdine University’s Communication Division.