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Facebook 101. Introduction to personal profiles, pages and groups for teachers. Local Facebook pages and educational groups. Used in conjunction with live Facebook to examine privacy options and ...

Facebook 101. Introduction to personal profiles, pages and groups for teachers. Local Facebook pages and educational groups. Used in conjunction with live Facebook to examine privacy options and settings

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    Facebook 101 Facebook 101 Presentation Transcript

    • 101
    • Quick stats – Australia 2010
      • Facebook is currently the most used social media site
      • average user has 130 friends
      • Nearly 8 million monthly active users in Australia
      • 1 million - under 18 years
      • 75% Internet users report having visited Facebook
      • 59%percent have a Facebook profile
      • Average time spent on Facebook in a given month - 8:19 hours
      http://heidiallen.id.au/2010/07/australian-facebook-stats-2010/
    • Personal
      Home = Newsfeed
      Friends posts
      Updates from pages you have “liked”
      Profile = Wall
      Personal communication
    • Groups
      Closed
      Open
      Secret
    • Pages
    • Pages
    • Pages
      NSW
    • Pages
    • Pages
    • “Everything you do now ends up in your permanent record.
      The best plan is to overload Google with a long tail of good stuff and to always act as if you are on Candid Camera, because your are.”
      Seth Godin
    • Handouts
      Facebook for Educator’s guide
      A parent’s guide to Facebook
      Additional useful articles
      http://www.diigo.com/user/crgalvin/facebook