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Social Media for Students

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Parents need to understand, so we can help our kids understand, the digital world and the world of social networking. It's here to stay, so we all need to be involved so that we can raise digital …

Parents need to understand, so we can help our kids understand, the digital world and the world of social networking. It's here to stay, so we all need to be involved so that we can raise digital savvy kids who can thrive and compete.

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  • 1. social media social networking web 2.0 the intersection of online and offline
  • 2. Digital natives vs digital immigrants We call it “social media” you call it “life”
  • 3. it is a conversation powered by... BLOGS forums wikis RSS
  • 4. what are the benefits? Engagement Trust conversation previously untapped collective intelligence networking
  • 5. some rules of the road • be nice • you never knowturn upsomething where you say might • you never who is following you
  • 6. my cousin stephen
  • 7. some rules of the road • be nice • you never knowturn upsomething where you say might • you never who is following you
  • 8. privacy and harassment January 14, 2009 Despite News Reports, Task Force Finds Online Threat to Children Overblown January 17, 2009 Study suggests Internet social sites aren't a waste for teens MacArthur Foundation www.digitallearning.macfound.org or http://digitalyouth.ischool.berkeley.edu/
  • 9. Successful case study • Start early • Ladder support • Empower superusers • provide source materials for ugc • Use tools people are familiar with • make it easy to find • make it scale • mobile devices • have a great team
  • 10. citizen journalism other examples: Sichuan earthquake Tsunami Mumbai
  • 11. matthew chamberlin Facebook Linkedin twitter @mchamberlin e-mail: matthew@clearcastdigitalmedia.com