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  • Used as an educational tool, educators can use these sites for classroom discussions beyond the classroom, uniting students that might not have crossed paths otherwise (Lederer, 2012). Promotional advertisement for the college itself for students that are still searching for right college, and for current students, it can advertise activities on and off campus. Students and companies can use their social networking sites for networking. Many companies have their own sites, which is a great source of information to jobseekers (Lederer, 2012).
  • Just like everything in life, there is a good side and a bad side. There is a lack of privacy when using social networking sites, you never know who is looking at your profile. These sites can also be very distracting. Outside subjects may take away from the learning experience (Lederer, 2012). Shy students may become more antisocial, using the site as a safety net (Lederer, 2012). The number one disadvantage to all social networking sites is cyberbullying. This problem can be nipped in the bud if the schools themselves provided a report abuse/bullying link on the school website. This action along with the schools implementing a disciplinary action plan for the offenders.
  • These are the steps used to develop a system (Ranier & Cegielski, 2011).
  • System investigation calls for a feasibility study: evaluation of system to pinpoint needs or problems. System analysis is an analysis to identify specific requirements. System design is the system’s blueprint. Programming and testing. The system is installed and is actually tested by actual users to work out any kinks. Implementation: convert from old system to new system and train employees to work new system. Operation and maintenance: input from employees will be used to keep system running smoothly while still working out kinks.
  • Social media and networking

    1. 1. Social Media & Networking By: Gina DeBoe August 6, 2012 BIS/220 Lisa Hatherill (Instructor)
    2. 2. Social MediaSocial networks are “websites that allow users to upload their content to the Web in the form of text, voice, images, and videos” (Ranier & Cegielski, 2011, p. 179).
    3. 3. Social Media
    4. 4. Social Networking Sites Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter LinkedIn LinkedIn Connects professionals Connects professionals“Facebook’s mission is to “Facebook’s mission is to with the hope of with the hope ofgive people the power to“A real-time information achieving more success give people the power to“A real-time information achieving more successshare and make world network that connects you share and make world network that connects you (LinkedIn.com) (LinkedIn.com) to the latest stories, ideas,more open and connected” the latest stories, ideas, more open and connected”to(Facebook.com, 2012). opinions, and news about (Facebook.com, 2012). opinions, and news about what you find interesting” what you find interesting” (Twitter.com, 2012). (Twitter.com, 2012).
    5. 5. Advantages of Social Networking1. Educational Tool1. Educational Tool2. Improve Communication2. Improve Communication3. Promotional Advertisement3. Promotional Advertisement4. Networking4. Networking
    6. 6. Disadvantages of Social Networking1. No privacy1. No privacy2. Distraction2. Distraction3. Become antisocial3. Become antisocial4. Cyberbullying4. Cyberbullying
    7. 7. Systems Development Life Cycle“the traditional system development method thatorganizations use for large-scale IT projects” (Ranier &Cegielski, 2011, p. 402).
    8. 8. Systems Development Life Cycle
    9. 9. Systems Development Life Cycle Feasibility Study:. Identify specific requirements System blueprint Develop and test Convert from old to new Evaluate
    10. 10. ReferencesFacebook.com (2012). Mission Statement. Retrieved July 31 from http://www.facebook.com/facebook/infoGoogle Images, (2012). Social media. Retrieved Aug. 1 from http://images.google.com/search? num=10&hl=en&site=&tbm=isch&source=hp&biw=1280&bih=873&q=social+media&oq=social+m edia&gs_l=img.3..0l10.25622.28295.0.28482.12.9.0.3.3.0.230.1102.3j5j1.9.0...0.0...1ac.WxhuV7 vlqaALederer, K. (2012). Pros and Cons of Social Media in the Classroom. Campus Technology. Retrieved July 31 from http://campustechnology.com/articles/2012/01/19/pros-and-cons-of-social- media-in-the-classroom.aspxLinkedIn.com (2012). User Agreement. Retrieved July 31 from http://www.linkedin.com/static? key=user_agreement&trk=hb_ft_useragRanier R. & Cegielski, C. (2011). Introduction to information systems: Supporting and Transforming Busines (3rd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & SonsTwitter.com (2012). About Twitter. Mission Statement. Retrieved July 31 from https://twitter.com/about

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