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A Professional Development PPT to instruct parents and teachers on how teenagers can use Facebook safely.

A Professional Development PPT to instruct parents and teachers on how teenagers can use Facebook safely.

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    • A Professional Development Workshop for Parents and Teachers www.r- 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 1 wyouthgospeljamzexplosion.
    • First, Answer These Questions. . .  Does Your Child Use Any of the Following REAL Information on Facebook? If You Don’t Know Then Assume They Do!  Name, First and Last  Town  Age  School  Phone Numbers  Email Address media.sheknows.com/.../teen_identity_theft.jpg 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 2
    • If You Answered Yes  Your Child is NOT Safe  But They Can Be  You Can Help Them  That is the Goal of this Workshop Help Our Children to Be Safe pro.corbis.com/images/AX063105.jpg 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 3
    • Facebook: History  Developed by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004  Created with His Two College Roommates  Automated Harvard’s Book of Faces  Quickly Spread through College Networks  Opened to High Schools within Two Years  Spread to General Population in 2006  In 2009 Reached 200 Million Users farm4.static.flickr.com 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 4
    • Mark Zuckerberg’s Profile http://www.techdigest.tv/assets_c/2009/02/mark-zuckerberg-thumb- 400x328-75614.jpg 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 5
    • Facebook: What is it?  An Online Social Network  Connects Friends  Connects Family  Open to Public Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and billionaire http://images- 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 6 cdn01.associatedcontent.com/image/A2373/237331/300_2373
    • What can you do with it?  Integrates email with Photos  Connects to Other Networks  Provides News Feeds of Friend’s Entries  Add-ons Include Links and Applications 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 7 http://lifeinthenhs.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/facebook.j pg
    • Facebook’s Mission Give People the Power to Share and Make the World More Open and Connected. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/06/F 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 8 acebook.svg
    • How Does Facebook Make Money?  Sell Ads  Attract Sponsors  Sell Services  Sell Products http://chattahbox.com/images/2009/04/profits.jpg 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 9
    • Why is This Important?  Because Facebook Uses Data to Make Money  Facebook Uses Everyone’s Data  Even Your Teenager’s Data HOW??? WHY??? 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 10
    • In Order for Facebook to Make Money  They Data Mine Profiles and Sell Data  They Allow Subscriber’s to View Profile Data  Let’s Visit Their Business Solutions Page Look What Facebook Does with Data http://www.facebook.com/advertising/?l 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 11 exicon
    • Why do People Like Facebook? An email login and password allow:  Email with Conversation Threading Similar to gmail  Keep Conversation Together   Unlimited Uploading of Photo Capabilities Tag People  Add Caption  Build Albums  Share Albums  5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 12
    • Why do People Like Facebook?  Export Events to Google Calendar Simply copy and paste URL   Connections to Multiple Feeds (e.g. Twitter)  Platform for Developing Applications Entrepreneurial  Opportunities http://vimeo.com/4095499  Clean Background Maximizes Page Load Efficiency 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 13
    • Your Child and Facebook Abilities and Advantages • Widely Used by All Ages Build New Friendships • Find Long Lost Friends • Share photos with friends • Multi-level search Features • Enhanced Privacy Features • Keeps Track of Friends and Family • • Well Supported by Facebook, Inc. • More Releases of Improvements Expected www.brandeo.com 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 14
    • Your Child and Facebook- Shortcomings and Disadvantages  Build New Friendships/Who Are They?  Very Time Consuming  Image Files Cannot be Censured  Privacy Features May Be Complicated  Applications Bypass Privacy Features  Updates Require Intermittent Review blog.itechtalk.com 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 15
    • Make a Facebook  Let’s make one! ◦ www.facebook.com ◦ Enter a profile ◦ Add friends ◦ Add photos  Navigating Facebook ◦ The Wall ◦ Profile ◦ Friends ◦ Inbox  Privacy Features – Accessible through Profile 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 16
    • 10 Levels of Privacy  1. Friends List  2. Eliminate Facebook Search  3. Remove Google Search  4. Avoid Photo-tagging Mistakes  5. Protect your Photo Albums 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 17
    • 10 Levels of Privacy (continued)  6. Keep Unwanted Stories out of Newsfeeds.  7. Avoid New Untrustworthy Applications  8. Make Your Contact Information Private  9. Avoid Embarrassing Wall Posts  10. Keep Your Friendships Private 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 18
    • Online Security Guide for Teens  DO NOT Post Your Birth Year  Avoid Predators  Avoid Data Mining  DO NOT Use Your Email Password  DO NOT Engage in Cyber-bullying  DO NOT Accept Facebook Invitations  DO NOT Share Your Login Information  DO NOT Announce Future Whereabouts www.micktravels.com/china/signs/09-funny-chin 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 19
    • Online Security Guide for Teens  DO Limit Email Notifications  DO Reset Your Privacy Settings  DO Use a Real and Modest Picture  DO Tag Photos You Post as a Courtesy  DO Create a Private Group for Friends  DO Report Threats to Proper Authorities www.thekeenescene.com/images/teen_computer.jpg 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 20
    • Wrap-up  Please Complete Feedback Sheet  Distribute Webliography  Collect Feedback Sheets with Door Prize Codes  Announce Door Prizes 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 21
    • Complete Feedback Sheet On a scale of 4 to 1 (4 is the best) Check the boxes 4 3 2 1 1. Was your presenter prepared? 2. Was the material informative? 3. Did you find the lab useful? 4. Did you feel the workshop held your attention? 5. Was there enough time to answer your questions? 6. Can you help your teenager be safer on Facebook ? 7. I would recommend this workshop to an friend. 8. I would be interested in more workshops regarding: Thank you for taking the time to provide this feedback. 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 22
    • Webliography  About Facebook http://www.pamf.org/teen/parents/emotions/faceboo k.html  Finding Cracks in Facebook file:///I:/NJCU/Facebook%20Assignment%20due%20 May%204th/Webliography/finding%20cracks%20in% 20facebook%20web%206.htm  5 Ways to Keep Teens Safe on Facebook http://personalweb.about.com/b/2009/03/28/5-ways- to-keep-teens-safe-on-facebook.htm 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 23
    • Webliography  Global Technology Forum http://globaltechforum.eiu.com/index.asp  Internet Safety for Teens http://www.safeteens.com/  Link to Videos on Keeping Teens Safe http://www.videojug.com/tag/teens-staying-safe/  Keeping Teens Safe on Facebook http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2008/01/my space_openness.html 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 24
    • Webliography  Sync Facebook with Google Calendar http://www.insidefacebook.com/2009/02/15/how-to- sync-facebook-events-with-google-calendar  Social Scams http://www.sheknows.com/articles/806940.htm  Ten Things You Need to Know About Facebook http://www.infotoday.com/it/mar08/Krivak.shtml 5/3/2009 Created by Elizabeth Berger 25