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Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar
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Facebook: Online Social Networking Safety Seminar

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This is the slidedeck that accompanies the presentation that I did at the local YMCA on October 1, 2009. You can find additional resources at http://thumannresources.com/2009/10/01/sns_seminar/

This is the slidedeck that accompanies the presentation that I did at the local YMCA on October 1, 2009. You can find additional resources at http://thumannresources.com/2009/10/01/sns_seminar/

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    • 1. October 1, 2009 YTEENS Online Social Networking Safety Seminar Lisa Thumann Sr. Specialist in Technology Education CMSCE, Rutgers University http://thumannresources.com
    • 2. We have to be knowledgeable about where our kids are going.
    • 3. Image Source: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/4/4448568_87123d7244.jpg
    • 4. “ Social Media isn’t a fad, it’s a fundamental shift in the way we communicate. Social Media Revolution http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v =sIFYPQjYhv8
    • 5. Image Source: http://api.ning.com/
    • 6. The Conversation <ul><li>What do you think this pictures says about you? </li></ul><ul><li>Do you know all (number of friends) of your ‘friends’? </li></ul><ul><li>Can you trust everyone on your ‘friends’ list not to download that picture? </li></ul><ul><li>What does that update say about you as a person? </li></ul><ul><li>Is that who you want to be known as? </li></ul>Source: http://www.thethinkingstick.com/social-networking-workshop-for-parents
    • 7. Limiting Access http:// minutesplease.com /
    • 8. Image Source: http://www.maggotsack.com
    • 9. “ Posting personal information online does not, by itself, appear to be a particularly risky behavior.” American Psychologist 2008
    • 10. “ Social networking sites such as MySpace do not appear to have increased the risk of victimization by online molesters.” American Psychologist 2008
    • 11. Focus prevention more on interactive aspects of Internet use and less on posting personal information. American Psychologist 2008
    • 12. Image Source: http://blog.americanfeast.com
    • 13. #1 Join Facebook http:// facebookforparents.org /
    • 14. #2 “Friend” your kids http:// facebookforparents.org /
    • 15. #3. Review your kids’ profile pages. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    • 16. #4. Review who is “friends” with your kids. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    • 17. #5. Select “More About” for your kids. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    • 18. Now that YOU ARE on Facebook. There are some things to keep in mind. http:// facebookforparents.org /
    • 19. Teens say they use social networking sites to stay in touch with friends they see a lot (91% of social networking teens report this), but also to maintain contact with those friends they rarely see in person (82%). http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2007/Social-Networking-Websites-and-Teens/Data-Memo/More-details-from-the-survey.aspx?r=1
    • 20. 66% of teens who have created profiles limit access to their profile pages Source: http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2007/Social-Networking-Websites-and-Teens/Data-Memo/More-details-from-the-survey.aspx?r=1
    • 21. Image Source: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/ CYBERBULLYING
    • 22. What should you do? Image Source: http://www.jeffwolfsberg.com
    • 23. A participatory web needs participatory solutions
    • 24. For more information visit http://thumannresources.com

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