Why social media matters for an STEM academic success and career development by Sherry Nouraini
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This slide presentation presents a strong case for social media being an important success factor in academic success and career advancement in the STEM field.

This slide presentation presents a strong case for social media being an important success factor in academic success and career advancement in the STEM field.

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    Why social media matters for an STEM academic success and career development by Sherry Nouraini Why social media matters for an STEM academic success and career development by Sherry Nouraini Presentation Transcript

    • Math, Engineering and Science Social Media Getting Connected Getting it Right!
    • Why Social Media Matters
    • Scientists and Engineers Communicate On Social Media 1.15 Billion users ~ 1000 Science Groups 225 Million users 13982 science groups ~10 Million engineers ~14 Million in science 200 University pages 200 million users 1 in 40 scientists use twitter
    • ~ 2.5 Million members Social Networking for Scientists and Engineers
    • Social Media is the New Resume Survey of 1600 recruiting and human resources professionals in June 2013. Source: Jobvite.com
    • How to use social media for academic success, and landing your dream job
    • Academic Success  Research  Collaboration  Project completion
    • Research
    • • Have a science question?  Find someone who can answer it  Search Mendeley  Twitter  Google Plus It may have already been answered  Search Quora
    • Search Mendeley
    • Search Twitter
    • Search Google Plus
    • Find answers Search on Quora Ask if it hasn’t been answered
    • Project Completion
    • Google Drive and Docs Docs Files Activity
    • Collaboration
    • Share Your Google Docs Set who can see the doc Set what they can do
    • Who Can See Your Docs
    • What They Can Do
    • Google Plus Video Calling: Hangouts Start a Video chat
    • Collaborate via Video Chat Google Drive
    • Landing Your Dream Job  Optimize your profiles  Connect with key people  Search for jobs
    • Social Recruiting
    • What you post on your profiles matter Source: Jobvite.com
    • Optimize Your Social Profiles
    • Facebook privacy settings Your command center
    • Find out what others can see on your Timeline 1 2
    • • Choose between Public or a particular person • Delete status updates and photos you don’t want the public to see
    • Take control of your privacy Manage tagging permissions 2 1
    • Other privacy settings 1 • • • Who can see my stuff Who can contact me Who can look me up 2
    • Clean up your Twitter profile Search for yourself while logged out www.twitter.com/yourtwitterhandle Optimize Your Bio Review Photos
    • Clean up your Twitter profile Log in to your profile Delete inappropriate photos and status updates Delete
    • Optimize your Linkedin Profile If you do not have one, it’s time to create one! 2 1 3
    • Optimize your Linkedin Profile Upload a Short Video, Slide Deck Upload Images Posters
    • Connect with Key People
    • Search for Groups
    • Use Advanced Search to Optimize the Search
    • Search for Jobs
    • Let’s say you want to work at Life Technologies
    • Check to see their job Openings Job openings
    • Find People You Think May Recommend You
    • Math, Engineering and Science Social media has got everything to do with it?