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Handout given during a presentation given at Faculty Technology Day at Fordham 5/16/2011. ...

Handout given during a presentation given at Faculty Technology Day at Fordham 5/16/2011.
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    • FACEBOOK Share news and events Engage entire communities Reach users “where they live” examples Looking for specific examples of twitter being used in higher-ed classrooms? - ask students to “like” academic/literary/political figures Here are a few ideas on how teachers are using Facebook: - ask students to network with people in career paths that - use the polls app or Facebook questions for instant feedback interest them - invite experts to join private groups - collaborate with other classrooms Links to spreadsheets, lists, article and posts with specific - promote a cause and spread awareness examples: - send out announcements and reminders http://bit.ly/lOOtMa GUIDES Privacy and safety For step-by-step directions as well as helpful tips on getting the most out of Just like any online tool, there are safety Facebook, these links are for you: measures and precautions you should take http://bit.ly/iCJu6R when using Facebook - remember to set privacy levels - disable tagging and check-in features articles and papers groups and tools - use pages and lists - use a secure password Facebook articles and posts: Facebook applications and tools: http://bit.ly/lFHe8m http://bit.ly/jBv0TL For guides and tips on using Facebook Papers and research: Facebook groups: safely: http://bit.ly/iCbAAT http://bit.ly/mmT4PY http://bit.ly/jcAgIE “ 70% Social Media can be used to make connections and find/distribute information, but we should also be modeling best practices and teaching our students how to use these tools of employers have rejected applicants over online info NOTESFordham IT | www.fordham.edu/IT 2011-05-13 16:28:28 GMT-04:00Created by: Kristen A. Treglia | http://about.me/kristent