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Tips and Tricks presentation for Computer Learning Lab at the Ewing Senior and Community Center on January 4, 2011 [You may want to try viewing the slides at the following URL, where they may be ...

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  • How many have a FB account? What do you use it for? What have you heard about it?
  • Review Outline: Social Networking in a Nutshell Anatomy of a Profile Facebook Tips and Etiquette Hands-on: -- Create Account -- Set Privacy Features
  • Different pages for different reasons Profile  for individuals Groups  “for members of groups to connect, share and even collaborate on a given topic or idea” Community pages  In process; Community Page the best collection of shared knowledge on particiular topic. 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
  • Different pages for different reasons Profile  for individuals Groups  “for members of groups to connect, share and even collaborate on a given topic or idea” Community pages  In process; Community Page the best collection of shared knowledge on particiular topic. 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
  • Different pages for different reasons Profile  for individuals Groups  “for members of groups to connect, share and even collaborate on a given topic or idea” Community pages  In process; Community Page the best collection of shared knowledge on particiular topic. 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
  • Different pages for different reasons Profile  for individuals Groups  “for members of groups to connect, share and even collaborate on a given topic or idea” Community pages  In process; Community Page the best collection of shared knowledge on particiular topic. 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
  • Different pages for different reasons Profile  for individuals Groups  “for members of groups to connect, share and even collaborate on a given topic or idea” Community pages  In process; Community Page the best collection of shared knowledge on particiular topic. 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

Facebook: Connect, Share  and Network! Oh My! Facebook: Connect, Share and Network! Oh My! Presentation Transcript

  • Facebook: Connect, Share, & Network! Oh My! Anna Van Scoyoc Reference Librarian, Part-Time Hopewell Branch Library, MCLS [email_address] .org 609.737.2610
  • Agenda
    • My Facebook Experience
    • Social Networking in a Nutshell
    • Anatomy of a Profile
    • Tips,Tricks, and Must-Dos
    well,more like strongly recommended
      • Account Settings
      • Finding Friends
      • Creating Friend Lists
      • Privacy Settings
      • Etiquette
      • Resources
  • Facebook is … Image source: http://samandmaze.com/contact.html
  • Facebook is …
    • A portal for social networking that allows users to:
      • Connect and interact with family/friends online
      • Share photos, links, and videos
      • Email and Instant Message with other FB users
      • Join online community organizations and interest groups
  • Who’s in Facebook
    • Personal Profiles : People
    • Groups : Causes/Common interests
    • Communities : Automatically generated
    • Pages : Companies & celebrities
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  • Bells & Whistles
    • Personal Page [profile]
    • Messaging
    • Groups
    • Events
    • Applications
    • Media Sharing
    • News Feed/Home Page
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  • 7 Tips: Starting Out Adapted from: Campbell, S. [2010 Nov 11]. “5 Things Every New Facebook User Should Do Immediately.” From http://www. makeuseof .com/tag/5-things-every-new-facebook-user-should-do-immediately/ Last Accessed January 2, 2011.
  • Tip #1: Profile Picture
    • Add your profile picture [i.e., skip steps 1 and 2 for now]
    • Worry about finding your friends later.
    • Sets up your “Photos” tab
  • Tip #2: Set Your Privacy
    • Rule of Thumb:
    • If you don’t understand a setting, deselect it [i.e., turn it off or select the “highest privacy setting”]
  • Tip #3: Gut Feelings
    • When filling out your profile information, enter as little or as much as you feel comfortable with.
  • Tip #4: Join a Network
    • Facilitates the whole concept behind “social networking”
    • Schools, Regions, Employers
  • Tip #5: Vanity
    • Set up a username that’s easy to remember [i.e., easy to give to friends, etc.]
  • Tip #6: Find Friends
    • Browsing networks you’ve selected
    • Importing email contacts
    • Standard Facebook “Friend Search”
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  • Tip #6: Find Friends
    • Account > Edit Friends > Create List
    • Create list titles that are easy to identify
      • Professional, Family, Social, Restricted
    • Friends can go onto more than one “list”
    Tip #7: Friend Lists!
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  • Editorial Cartoon by Mike Luckovich, Atlanta-Journal Constitution, May 28, 2009
  • Top 1 0 Privacy Settings Adapted from: O’Neill, N. [2009 Dec 15]. “10 New Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know.” From http: http://www. allfacebook .com/facebook-privacy-new-2009-12 Last Accessed January 2, 2011.
  • Top 1 0 Privacy Settings 1, 2. 3, 8. 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10.
  • 1. Limit Profile Search on FB 2. Keep Your Friendships Private
  • 3. Remove Yourself from Google
  • 4. Avoid the Photo/Video Tag Mistake 5. Avoid Embarrassing Wall Posts
  • 6. Keep Relationship Private 7. Protect Your Photo Albums
  • 8. Control Access to Your Info Anna recommends turning OFF all platform apps. If you keep them on, remember to edit the items
  • 9. Make Contact Info Private
  • 10. Disable FB Places [3 settings ]
  • Locking Down Facebook Ads
  • Summary of Tips
    • Add friends last
    • “ Friend” those people you know in real life.
    • Create “Friend Lists”
      • e.g., Professional, Family, Social, Restricted
      • Friends can go on more than one “list”
    • Add as much information as you feel comfortable
    • Remember to set basic privacy settings
      • Account > Privacy Settings > Sharing on Facebook
      • Recommendation: avoid the setting, “Everyone”
  • 1 0 Golden Rules Source: misterjester. [2010 Mar 13]. “10 Golden Rules of Facebook.” From Melvin’s Inquisitive Mind at http: //blog . melvinpereira .com/2010/03/13/10-golden-rules-of-using-facebook/ Last Accessed January 2, 2011.
  • 1 0 Golden Rules
    • Pay attention to what you are posting online.
    • Avoid posting sensitive information, be it personal or professional.
    Image Source: Someecards at http://t.co/4pwC0t9
  • 1 0 Golden Rules
    • Verify all your contacts and do not accept friend requests from people you do not really know.
    Image Source: weblogcartoons.com
  • 1 0 Golden Rules
    • Be careful how you portray your company or organization
    • Try not to mix your business contacts with your friend contacts
  • 1 0 Golden Rules
    • Your personal information and profile should be visible to only those people who you want it to be visible to.
    • Read the full privacy policy and the condition and terms of use.
    Image Source: Someecards at http://t.co/4pwC0t9
  • 1 0 Golden Rules
    • Be careful about what you publish about others and untag yourself from anything you wish.
  • 1 0 Golden Rules
    • Use privacy-oriented settings
    • Deactivate location based services
  • Resources
    • All Facebook
      • http://www. allfacebook .com
    • The Facebook Blog
      • http: //blog . facebook .com/
    • Mahalo: How to Use Facebook
      • http://www. mahalo . com/how-to-use-facebook
      • Videos, tutorials, etc.
  • Q & A
  • Facebook: Connect, Share, & Network! Oh My! Anna Van Scoyoc [email_address] .org 609.737.2610 Slides available at: http://www. slideshare . net/annavan/