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Social media parent night

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Simple PowerPoint for a parent evening to explain three main issues about our rapidly changing society, social media and digital footprint.

Simple PowerPoint for a parent evening to explain three main issues about our rapidly changing society, social media and digital footprint.

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  • Horizon report in 2009 discussed this as a short term adoption. 2010 repots refers to cloud computing and and collaborative computing as one ot two years – and games and mobiles as 2-3 years. I put that time even shorter. – one of the resellers in perth stated it clearly when he said that never before has he seen schools looking at any first generation product as much as they are looking at the ipad.
  • Horizon report in 2009 discussed this as a short term adoption. 2010 repots refers to cloud computing and and collaborative computing as one ot two years – and games and mobiles as 2-3 years. I put that time even shorter. – one of the resellers in perth stated it clearly when he said that never before has he seen schools looking at any first generation product as much as they are looking at the ipad.
  • Log into my facebook Go to friends and show settings for different people. Amys friend who has very little privacy settings.
  • Definitions of Social Networking on the Web: A social network service focuses on building and reflecting of social networks or social relations among people, e.g., who share interests and/or activities. ... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_Networking The interaction between a group of people who share a common interest; Using social contacts to network; Using internet's network groups (such as Facebook and Twitter) to network and communicate between consumers and businesses en.wiktionary.org/wiki/social_networking The process of building online communities, often accomplished both through 'groups' and 'friends lists' that allow greater interaction on websites. Find out more about social networking. webtrends.about.com/od/web20/a/web20-glossary_2.htm is an phenomenon that has recently taken over the web, allowing more connectivity and interaction between web users. Several websites, such as Facebook and MySpace are "virtual communities." www.meetingtomorrow.com/cms-category/computer-glossary Social networking-new means of communicating and sharing information between two or more individuals on an online community. xlsuite.com/dictionary sites offer people new and varied ways to communicate via the Internet, whether through their computer or mobile phone. These sites allow people to easily and simply create their own online page or profile and to construct and display an online network of contacts, often called 'friends'. ... www.schools.sa.gov.au/speced2/a8_publish/modules/publish/content.asp
  • Pose the question – How old is facebook? 2004 DecemberFacebook reaches nearly 1 million active users FebruaryMark Zuckerberg and co-founders Dustin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes and Eduardo Saverin launch Facebook from their Harvard dorm room US population is 310 million There are more than 150 million active users currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices. More than 70 translations available on the site About 70% of Facebook users are outside the United States Over 300,000 users helped translate the site through the translations application People that use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice more active on Facebook than non-mobile users. There are more than 200 mobile operators in 60 countries working to deploy and promote Facebook mobile products
  • Facebook 's growth as an Internet social networking site has met criticism on a range of issues, especially the privacy of their users, child safety, the use of advertising scripts, data mining , and the inability to terminate accounts without first manually deleting all the content. Many companies removed their adverts from the site in 2008 because they were being displayed on the pages of controversial individuals and groups. The actual content of user's pages, groups and forums has been criticised for promoting controversial topics such as pro-anorexia and holocaust denial . There have been several issues with censorship, both on and off the site. The changes made by Facebook have been criticised, in particular the new format launched in 2008 and the changes in Facebook's Terms of Use which removed the clause detailing automatic expiry of deleted content. Facebook has also been successfully sued several times for violation of intellectual property rights http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Facebook
  • Facebook won't let kids have sites if they're under 13. That said, kids simply do the math to figure out what year to put so they'll seem 13 -- or older. Check your kid's computer browser history. If you see Facebook listed, assume your kid has an account. Tell your kids to think before they post. Remind them that everything can be seen by a vast, invisible audience (otherwise known as friends of friends of friends). Each family is different, but for middle school kids, it's a good idea for parents to have access to their kids' pages, at least at first, to be sure that what's being posted is appropriate. Parents can help keep their children from doing something they'll regret later. Make sure kids set their privacy settings. Privacy settings aren't foolproof, but they're important. Take the time to learn how privacy settings work on your kids' favorite sites, and teach your kids how to control their privacy. Kindness counts. Lots of sites have anonymous applications like "bathroom wall" or "honesty boxes" that allow users to tell their friends what they think of them. Rule of thumb: If your children wouldn't say it to someone's face, they shouldn't post it. Go online. If you don't have one already, get an account for yourself. See what kids can and can't do.
  • Talk about the nature of their digital world. Remind them that anyone can see what's on their pages -- even if they think no one will. Potential employers and college admissions staff often surf social networking sites. Ask your teens to think about who might see their pages and how they might interpret the posts or photos. Set some rules for what is and isn't appropriate for your kids to communicate, play, and post online. Posts with photos or comments about youthful misbehavior could come back to haunt them. Let them know that anything they create or communicate can be cut, altered, pasted, and sent around. Once they put something on their pages, it's out of their control and can be taken out of context and used to hurt them or someone else. This includes talk and photos of sex, drugs, and alcohol. Tell them that online stuff can last forever. If they wouldn't put something on the wall of the school hallway, they shouldn't post it online. Don't post your location. Social networks allow kids to post their location -- but it's just not safe for teens to do this. Watch the clock. Social network sites can be real time suckers. Hours and hours can go by -- which isn't great for getting homework done.
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    • 1. THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLYA discussion about our changing society, the Internet and Social Media JENNY JONGSTE http://about.me/jennyjongste
    • 2. Rapid 3 Main Ideas: Change Social Media Digital FootprintGood, Bad or Ugly?
    • 3. RAPID CHANGE
    • 4. Note down facts and figures that attract your interest…http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVQ1ULfQawk
    • 5. Ubiquitous computinghttp://www.scribd.com/doc/12398804/The-dawn-of-uLearning-Jonathan-Nalder-Masters-thesis
    • 6. Ubiquitous computing http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/tools/ad41/ http://www.apple.com/ipad/gallery/
    • 7. Everyday TechnologyHow do you use technologyin your everyday life?
    • 8. Facts Problems Implications
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    • 10. Facts February 2004: Mark Zuckerberg and co-founders launch Facebook from their Harvard dorm room December 2004, 1 million active users - December 2005, 5.5 million usersMarch 2012: More than 901 million active users 50% of active users log on to Facebook in any given day Average user has 130 friends Over 80% of Facebook users are outside the United StatesPeople spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook July 2010, Australia # 14 in world, 7,922,140 users, 48% growth in 12 mths. Facebook was recently valued at 11.5 Billion US Source: http://www.facebook.com/press/info.php?timeline
    • 11. Years to reach 50 million users…Radio 38 years TV 13 years Internet 4 years IPod 3 years Facebook added 100 million users in less than 9 months in 2007
    • 12. • Copy and add in from home http://www.slideshare.net/chadrichards/top-25-facebook-cartoons
    • 13. Facts about TwitterTweets are 140 charactersor less 33 billion tweets are posted each dayRecord tweets: 10,245 tweets persecond recorded in reaction toMadonna at the Superbowl.http://socialmediatoday.com/bradfriedman/469107/twitter-facts-and-stats
    • 14. DIGITAL FOOTPRINT
    • 15. Problems
    • 16. Digital Reputation expiry date… Will they regret these photos later?Will they think this is the best way to representthemselves 5 or 10 years later? What will a future boss think when they google her/his name?
    • 17. Google yourself and your children…
    • 18. Implications for Parents 1: Young Children• Stick with age appropriate sites eg Club Penguin• Start discussions about how to contribute to the web in a positive way.
    • 19. Implications for Parents 2: Middle and Upper Primary• Facebook 13+• Go online• Privacy settings• Think -> post• Public space for computer
    • 20. Implications for Parents 3: High School• Talk to your kids• Set guidelines• Watch the clock• Avoid location• Online forever• Positive footprint
    • 21. Implications: Workplace
    • 22. IMPACT?
    • 23. Rapid Change Social Media Digital FootprintGood, Bad or Ugly?....

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