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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” ...

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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  • 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
  • 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, Co-PI (UNC) Advisor (CMU)
  • 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)
  • 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 al. (2011)
  • FACULTY USE OF FACEBOOK 43 % POSTED TO FACEBOOK IN THE SAME PERIOD (N=1,920)Source: Moran et al. (2011)
  • STUDENTS OR FACULTY.
  • STUDENTS ANDFACULTY?
  • 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).
  • NETWORKING
  • 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).
  • 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)
  • FACULTY & STUDENTFRIENDS (?)
  • DUAL RELATIONSHIPS TEACHER MENTOR SUPERVISOR “… a professional tries to simultaneously fill EMPLOYER two or more differentCOLLABORATOR roles.” Rupert & Holmes, 1997, p. 661 COLLEAGUE FRIEND
  • 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 betweenpedagogy and socialnetwork tools, includingFacebook OBJECTIVES
  • HOW?Develop and pilot test anapproach to studying …
  • … LIS faculty, students’ and administrators’ perceptions, experiences, practices, anddecision-making for managing communications with oneanother, if at all, via Facebook;
  • … 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 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
  • 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/
  • SEE YOUNEXT YEAR!
  • 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?