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Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids
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Facebook: It's Not Just for the Kids

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Presentation for July 2011's Hopewell Valley Seniors Connect series.

Presentation for July 2011's Hopewell Valley Seniors Connect series.

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  • What is Facebook What’s in Facebook? What you need to sign up Tour of Anna’s account TIPS Privacy Settings Q & A
  • What is Facebook? A portal for social networking that allows users to: Connect and interact with friends/family online Share photos, links, and videos Email and Instant Message with other FB users Join online community organizations and interest groups Organize gatherings, events, programs Who is on Facebook? Four main types of profiles: Individuals; Groups – for members to connect, share, and collaborate on a given topic; Community pages – a work-in-progress; intended to be the �best collection of shared knowledge on a particular topic; and Pages – allow entities, such as public figures and organizations to broadcast information to their fans
  • Different pages for different reasons Profile  for individuals
  • Different pages for different reasons Groups  “for members of groups to connect, share and even collaborate on a given topic or idea” http://www.allfacebook.com/facebook-groups-pages-2010-02
  • Different pages for different reasons Community pages  In process; Community Page the best collection of shared knowledge on particular topic. http://www.allfacebook.com/facebook-groups-pages-2010-02
  • Different pages for different reasons Pages  In contrast to Facebook groups, which are focused on organizing around topics or ideas, Facebook Pages “allow entities such as public figures and organizations to broadcast information to their fans.” http://www.allfacebook.com/facebook-groups-pages-2010-02
  • Add friends last (set up your profile, adjust your privacy settings, etc. first)
  • Enter as much information into your profile as you feel comfortable If there is a setting you don’t understand, disable it or select the setting that is most secure
  • Friend those people you know in real life When requesting friends, consider adding a note as to how you know each other Do not have to accept all friend requests
  • It is perfectly acceptable to “untag” yourself from photos Avoid tagging others’ photos
  • Pennington Boro Hopewell Boro Hopewell Township Other
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    • 1. Facebook: It’s Not Just for the Kids Anna Van Scoyoc [email_address] Hopewell Valley Seniors Connect 2011 June 7 CC Image Courtesy of Vincenzo Cosenza: ‘Facebook Jelly Belly’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/vincos/5195538730/
    • 2. Image source: http://samandmaze.com/contact.html
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    • 8. Let’s Tour Facebook CC Image Courtesy of Marloes: ’10/365 - Oh Duckies, follow the momma!’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/mloesjeenzo/651370154/
    • 9. CC Image Courtesy of Darren Hester: ‘Crayon Tips’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/darrenhester/4816943198/ Basic Facebook Tips
    • 10. Ducks in a Row CC Image Courtesy of EJP Photo: ‘Me and *This* Army’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/ejpphoto/3287923194/
    • 11. Personal Information CC Image Courtesy of Josh Hallet: ‘Please!’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/hyku/368912557/
    • 12. Friending CC Image Courtesy of Sergio Castro: ‘Harley Quinn’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/inhalingsounds/4444522392/
    • 13. Tagging Photos
    • 14. CC Image Courtesy of opensourceway: ‘Facebook: The privacy saga continues’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/opensourceway/4638981545/
    • 15. Q & A
    • 16. Demographics CC Image Courtesy of youthforum: ‘A new energy for Europe by European Youth Forum’ http://www.flickr.com/photos/europeanyouthforum/4696932355/

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