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Presentation at AGCAS regional training event: Social Media, London on January 26th 2011 at University of the Arts, London.

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    • Digital Footprints @ LSE Supporting Students to Use Social Media Judith Baines , Careers Adviser Matt Lingard , Learning Technologist London School of Economics
    • Today’s topics
      • Our current offerings
        • Digital Footprint Workshop
        • Keeping-up-to-date hands-on
        • LinkedIn Webinar
      • Future Plans
    • Digital Footprint Workshop
      • Lunchtime presentation
        • 50-mins
        • 40-80 students
        • Co-presented
      • Title: Digital Footprints: Using the Internet to enhance your career prospects
      • First ran in January 2009
    • Why?
    • What are going to cover?
      • Keeping up to date with employer and sector news
      • Your Digital Footprint
        • Beware!
        • Develop your online presence
      • On-line networking
    • Why this is important?
      • Researching careers
        • Peer feedback on recruitment process
        • Chat to employers re. recruitment process
        • Improve commercial awareness
      • Creative job hunting
      • Employers look for you
      • Promoting yourself
    • KPMG UK Graduate Recruitment Company Page KPMG YouTube Channel Talk to KPMG Staff KPMG UK & more Keeping Up With Employer & Sector News
    • Keeping Up To Date
      • Feeds & News Readers
      • Google Alerts (Email)
      • Blog Search Tools
    • First Find Your Footprint Google Yourself! Then automate it…
    • Protect Your Reputation
      • Keep it Private
      • Do you want employers, lecturers, colleagues to see it?
      • Check Social Networking Privacy Settings
    • Taking Advantage
      • Build a positive online presence
      • Expand your network
    • Taking Advantage
      • Social networking
        • Profiles
        • Networking
      • Commenting & Asking Questions
      • Blogging
    • Joining up Your Profile
      • Link your sites together
      • Add selected web links to:
        • CV
        • Business card
        • Email signature
      Outlook > Options > Mail > Signatures…
    • Netiquette
      • Be polite; think about your approach
      • Make connections
      • Build the relationship over time
      • Be sincere
      • Decide on boundaries
    • Hands-on Workshop
      • PG Students
      • Dept. Workshop
      • Learning Technology Staff
      • Computer Lab
      • 1) Feeds & News Readers
      • 2) Delicious Bookmarking
    • LinkedIn Webinar
      • Online
      • Web Conference (Wimba Classroom)
      • 12 Participants
        • 6 on campus, 6 off campus
      • Option to ask questions via audio or text
    •  
    • LinkedIn Webinar - Topics
      • What is Linkedin? Why use it?
      • Your Profile - Get Noticed
      • Get Connected
      • Researching & Getting More Connected!
    • Linkedin Webinar – 4 th November We will start at 1:05pm . Before the Linkedin presentation begins there will be an introduction to using Wimba. Please be patient! With fewer visual clues, responses online can be slower than in a face-to-face session! The webinar will be presented by Judith Baines & Matt Lingard While you are waiting… You might want to watch “Linkedin: What’s all the fuss about?” Go to: http://tinyurl.com/lselinkedin and look for: The webinar will be recorded & will be made available in Moodle in the LSE Careers information &presentations course.
    • Questions? You can type in the text chat or raise your hand if you want to speak
    • Your Profile - Get Noticed
      • Create a complete profile
        • Keep it up-to-date
      • Get Recommendations
      • Use Updates
      • Link it together
    • Updates
      • Update your status at least once a week
    • Personalise your connections
      • What to do if they don’t respond
      • Requests from other people
    • Researching Employers
      • Company Pages
        • Jobs that exist there
        • “ Follow” for news
        • Window into the company’s culture
    • What we learnt!
      • Webinar Feedback
        • “ A really useful talk and a great way to communicate with the careers service”
      • Webinar Format
      • LinkedIn Best practice
        • Recommendations
        • Personalising initial contact
        • Keywords
    • (Possible) Future Plans
      • Continue with main presentation & LinkedIn webinar
      • More hands-on
        • More topics..
        • Different format
      • LinkedIn Surgery
    • Links & Contact http://www.diigo.com/list/mattlingard/asml Judith: [email_address] Matt: [email_address]