TEACHINGIN THE AGE OF FACEBOOKAND OTHER SOCIAL MEDIALIS FACULTY AND STUDENTS’ FRIENDINGAND POKING IN THE SOCIAL SPHERE    ...
WHOWHYHOW      2012 ALISE Research         Grant Competition
Carolyn Hank      PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto      Co-PI (IUB)  Jeff Pomerantz    Co-PI (UNC)
Carolyn Hank      PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto      Co-PI (IUB)  Jeff Pomerantz    Co-PI (UNC)
Carolyn Hank      PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto      Co-PI (IUB)                         Fred  Jeff Pomerantz    Stutzman,  ...
SOCIAL NETWORK SITES (SNS)                                        59%                                        OF ADULT     ...
SNS USERS ON FACEBOOK                    92          %Source: Hampton et al. (2011)
FACULTY USE OF FACEBOOK                     57       %     VISITED FACEBOOK IN   THE PAST MONTH (N=1,920)Source: Moran et ...
FACULTY USE OF FACEBOOK                     43       %   POSTED TO FACEBOOK IN  THE SAME PERIOD (N=1,920)Source: Moran et ...
STUDENTS    OR FACULTY.
STUDENTS  ANDFACULTY?
SNSs are …“… web-based services that allow individuals to(1) construct a public or semi-public profilewithin a bounded sys...
NETWORKING
SNSs are …      “… instead, they (users) are primarily      communicating with people who are      already a part of their...
FRIENDS HIGH SCHOOL EXTENDED FAMILY CO-WORKERS COLLEGE FRIENDS IMMEDIATE FAMILY PEOPLE FROM VOLUNTEER GROUPS NEIGHBORS 229...
FACULTY & STUDENTFRIENDS (?)
DUAL RELATIONSHIPS     TEACHER      MENTOR  SUPERVISOR    “… a professional tries                to simultaneously fill   ...
GUIDANCE  HONOR  CODES/CODES OFCONDUCT            SNS            POLICIES            (Metzger et al. (2010)
RESEARCHOBJECTIVES
Describe LIS faculty andstudent interactions viaFacebook             OBJECTIVES
Inform social network andcommunication policydecision-making at LISprograms             OBJECTIVES
Inform future approachesand methods for otheracademic units, regardlessof discipline, to investigateconnections betweenped...
HOW?Develop and pilot test anapproach to studying …
… LIS faculty, students’ and administrators’ perceptions, experiences, practices, anddecision-making for managing  communi...
… their expectations for such communications, includingissues related to disclosure         and privacy;
… and the impact of classroomand institutional policies, if any,     on such interactions.
RESEARCH DESIGN  MCGILL     IUB   SETTINGS    UNC
RESEARCH DESIGN  FOCUS FOCUS               1:1           POLICY             WEB-BASED                  INTERVIEWS  GROUPSG...
SOURCESboyd, d.m., & Ellison, N.B. (2007). Social network sites: Definition, history, and   scholarship. Journal of Comput...
SEE YOUNEXT YEAR!
THANK YOU …CAROLYN HANKEmail: carolyn.hank@mcgill.caPhone: (001)514.398.4684SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/carolynh...
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Presentation made at the 2012 ALISE Conference, Dallas, TX, January 18, 2012. Title: "Teaching in the Age of Facebook and other Social Media: LIS Faculty and Students “Friending” and “Poking” in the Social Sphere." Collaborators: Drs. Cassidy Sugimoto and Jeffrey Pomerantz.

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  1. 1. TEACHINGIN THE AGE OF FACEBOOKAND OTHER SOCIAL MEDIALIS FACULTY AND STUDENTS’ FRIENDINGAND POKING IN THE SOCIAL SPHERE CAROLYN.HANK@MCGILL.CA Assistant Professor ▪ School of Information Studies ALISE 2012 ▪ 18 JANUARY 2012 ▪ DALLAS
  2. 2. WHOWHYHOW 2012 ALISE Research Grant Competition
  3. 3. Carolyn Hank PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto Co-PI (IUB) Jeff Pomerantz Co-PI (UNC)
  4. 4. Carolyn Hank PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto Co-PI (IUB) Jeff Pomerantz Co-PI (UNC)
  5. 5. Carolyn Hank PI (McGill)Cassidy Sugimoto Co-PI (IUB) Fred Jeff Pomerantz Stutzman, Co-PI (UNC) Advisor (CMU)
  6. 6. SOCIAL NETWORK SITES (SNS) 59% OF ADULT INTERNET USERS USE 1+ SNSs BASED ON 79% OF AMERICANS WHO REPORT USING THE INTERNET (N=2,255)Data Source: Hampton et al. (2011)Image Source: Donovan (2010)
  7. 7. SNS USERS ON FACEBOOK 92 %Source: Hampton et al. (2011)
  8. 8. FACULTY USE OF FACEBOOK 57 % VISITED FACEBOOK IN THE PAST MONTH (N=1,920)Source: Moran et al. (2011)
  9. 9. FACULTY USE OF FACEBOOK 43 % POSTED TO FACEBOOK IN THE SAME PERIOD (N=1,920)Source: Moran et al. (2011)
  10. 10. STUDENTS OR FACULTY.
  11. 11. STUDENTS ANDFACULTY?
  12. 12. SNSs are …“… web-based services that allow individuals to(1) construct a public or semi-public profilewithin a bounded system, (2) articulate a list ofusers with whom they share a connection, and(3) view and transverse their list of connectionsand those made by others with thesystem.”(boyd & Ellison, para. 4)Source: boyd, d.m., & Ellison, N.B. (2007).
  13. 13. NETWORKING
  14. 14. SNSs are … “… instead, they (users) are primarily communicating with people who are already a part of their extended social network.” (boyd & Ellison, para. 5)Source: boyd, d.m., & Ellison, N.B. (2007).
  15. 15. FRIENDS HIGH SCHOOL EXTENDED FAMILY CO-WORKERS COLLEGE FRIENDS IMMEDIATE FAMILY PEOPLE FROM VOLUNTEER GROUPS NEIGHBORS 229 FACEBOOK FRIENDS REPORTED, FOR AVERAGE FACEBOOK USER IN SAMPLESource: Hampton et al. (2011)
  16. 16. FACULTY & STUDENTFRIENDS (?)
  17. 17. DUAL RELATIONSHIPS TEACHER MENTOR SUPERVISOR “… a professional tries to simultaneously fill EMPLOYER two or more differentCOLLABORATOR roles.” Rupert & Holmes, 1997, p. 661 COLLEAGUE FRIEND
  18. 18. GUIDANCE HONOR CODES/CODES OFCONDUCT SNS POLICIES (Metzger et al. (2010)
  19. 19. RESEARCHOBJECTIVES
  20. 20. Describe LIS faculty andstudent interactions viaFacebook OBJECTIVES
  21. 21. Inform social network andcommunication policydecision-making at LISprograms OBJECTIVES
  22. 22. Inform future approachesand methods for otheracademic units, regardlessof discipline, to investigateconnections betweenpedagogy and socialnetwork tools, includingFacebook OBJECTIVES
  23. 23. HOW?Develop and pilot test anapproach to studying …
  24. 24. … LIS faculty, students’ and administrators’ perceptions, experiences, practices, anddecision-making for managing communications with oneanother, if at all, via Facebook;
  25. 25. … their expectations for such communications, includingissues related to disclosure and privacy;
  26. 26. … and the impact of classroomand institutional policies, if any, on such interactions.
  27. 27. RESEARCH DESIGN MCGILL IUB SETTINGS UNC
  28. 28. RESEARCH DESIGN FOCUS FOCUS 1:1 POLICY WEB-BASED INTERVIEWS GROUPSGROUPS INTERVIEWS ANALYSIS SURVEYSFACULTY ASSOC. DEANS/ SYLLABI Q1: FACULTYSTUDENTS DIRECTOR SOCIAL MEDIA Q2: STUDENTS-UG INST’L POLICIES-MLIS -SCHOOL-PhD -FACULTY -UNIVERISTY FEB-MAR-APR 2012 MAY-JUN-JUL 2012 AUG-SEPT-OCT 2012EXPLORATORY TOOLS DESCRIPTIVE
  29. 29. SOURCESboyd, d.m., & Ellison, N.B. (2007). Social network sites: Definition, history, and scholarship. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 13(1), article 11. http://jcms.indiana.edu/vol13/issue1/boyd.ellison.htmlHampton et al. (2011). Social networking sites and our lives. Washington, DC: Pew Internet & American Life Project. http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2011/ Technology-and-social-networks.aspxMoran, M., Seaman, J., & Tinti-Kane, H. (2011). Teaching, learning, and sharing: How today’s higher education faculty use social media. Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions. Retrieved from http://www.pearsonlearningsolutions.com/educators /pearson-social-media-survey-2011-bw.pdfRupert, P.A., & Holmes, D.L. (1997). Dual relationships in higher education: Professional and institutional guidelines. Journal of Higher Education, 68(6), 660-678.[Image Source] Donovan, K. (2010, January 29). Social media heart collage. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/kdonovan_gaddy/4314365065/
  30. 30. SEE YOUNEXT YEAR!
  31. 31. THANK YOU …CAROLYN HANKEmail: carolyn.hank@mcgill.caPhone: (001)514.398.4684SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/carolynhank/alise2012Slideshow:THANKS TO …ALISE 2012 RESEARCH GRANT QUESTIONS?
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