Twitbook spaced in! and you!

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Twitbook spaced in! and you!

  1. 1. TwitBook Spaced In! AND You!<br />Alexandra Rodriguez and Mike May<br />@theabrodrigue & @maymike<br />abrodrig@purdue.edu & may4@purdue.edu<br />
  2. 2. Have a burning question to ask us on stage?(or do you just want to hear what you type read aloud in front of everyone?)<br />All you need to do is…<br /><ul><li>Tweet your questions/comments @boilergoldrush
  3. 3. “But Mike and Alex…I don’t have a smartphone”
  4. 4. You can send your tweet via sms messaging, all you need to do is send it to 40404.
  5. 5. Just remember…or find out for the first time now that there is a 140 character limit on twitter
  6. 6. Some basic math for you: @boilergoldrush = 15 characters this means you have 125 to work with (including spaces)</li></ul>Example Tweet:<br />
  7. 7. What’s out there in the world of Social Media?<br />(you all probably know about Facebook, but how about some of the other stuff out there?)<br />
  8. 8. Mission:<br />“Giving people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.”<br />–Facebook’s “About” Page<br /><ul><li>Sharing pages
  9. 9. Pictures
  10. 10. Status Updates
  11. 11. Groups
  12. 12. Chats
  13. 13. Events
  14. 14. Birthdays</li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
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  16. 16. <ul><li>“Instant updates from your friends, industry experts, favorite celebrities, and what’s happening around the world” –Twitter Homepage
  17. 17. Twitter is an information network with bursts of information, 140 characters long
  18. 18. Follow businesses, celebrities, classmates, or anyone
  19. 19. Tweet about your life, share content, and network
  20. 20. Mentions (@), Retweets(RT), Favorites, Direct Messages (DM), Hashtagging (#)</li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  21. 21. Who to follow?<br />Just a few friendly suggestions from us on who to follow:<br />
  22. 22. …WHAT IS YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE?<br /><ul><li>Klout is a measurement of your online presence and influence.
  23. 23. A higher score doesn’t necessarily mean anything, it’s just based on your style and presence.
  24. 24. Might be a good idea to get involved in this early and be cognizant of it, employers will likely start using it to look at potential hires just like they use Facebook and Twitter already</li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  25. 25. What’s your klout?<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  26. 26.
  27. 27. … …the newest form of social media<br /><ul><li>Circles
  28. 28. A fun and visual way to categorize your friends into groups
  29. 29. You can share content with a specific Circle
  30. 30. Hangouts
  31. 31. Video chatting with up to ten people!
  32. 32. Sparks
  33. 33. Choose a topic and Google+ will show you articles, videos, and websites that pertain to that topic
  34. 34. Huddle
  35. 35. An easy way to send group text messages, based on your circles
  36. 36. There is an app for both the iPhone and Andriod</li></ul>Want an invite? @maymike and @theabrodrigue<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  37. 37. <ul><li>An online professional profile that details your experience, education, recommendations, and networks.
  38. 38. Good for looking into business opportunities and job placement
  39. 39. Online résumé
  40. 40. Keep professional and educational experience up to date
  41. 41. Once you start getting business cards and making connections it is a good way to not lose them
  42. 42. Different from Facebook, don’t treat it as a personal page but more as a professional page.</li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  43. 43. Blogging<br /><ul><li>An easy way to make your social presence known and to build credibility
  44. 44. Build social presence
  45. 45. Share your personality through your writing style and topics you blog about
  46. 46. Excellent source of networking with businesses and others interested in your field
  47. 47. It doesn’t matter if you are not a writer, even scientists and engineers read!
  48. 48. There are several blog sites available:
  49. 49. WordPress, Tumblr, and Google Blogger just to name a few!</li></ul>boilergoldrush.wordpress.comfor more info throughout the year<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  50. 50. What Social Media Outlets are Purdue Students (as well as others Across the country) Using these days?<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  51. 51. What are YOU using it for?<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  52. 52. CHART FOR HOW OFTEN PEOPLE USE SOCIAL MEDIA<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  53. 53. What’s good about social media?(All of these are actual Survey quotes)<br /><ul><li>“Stay in touch with friends overseas very quickly”
  54. 54. “Reconnect with people you would have never normally had the opportunity to connect with”
  55. 55. “Push forward information and news to a mass group of people in a short period of time”
  56. 56. “Share thoughts and ideas with your peers on current events in realtime”
  57. 57. “Share pictures and relive memories at the click of a button”</li></ul>Or <br /><ul><li>“Stalk my ex’s profiles from time to time.”</li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  58. 58. Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  59. 59. Concerns about social media(All of these are actual Survey quotes)<br /><ul><li>“Searchable nature of many social media outlets and the potential impact on job searches”
  60. 60. “We are becoming a society with less and less actual physical interaction. I believe it is creating more lonely people. Just because your profile says you have 500+ friends (example) how many do you actually interact with…”
  61. 61. “The fact that I'm not interested in using new social media.”
  62. 62. “Could potentially affect future career opportunities; you cannot choose what other people choose to share about you.”
  63. 63. “Too many different outlets to use, hard to keep up”
  64. 64. “People having too much information about me/who is viewing my profile”</li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  65. 65. To what extent do you utilize the privacy settings on Social Media?<br />For some people though…privacy settings are not the problem…let’s hear what some of your classmates have to say on Facebook?<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  66. 66.
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  72. 72. So now you probably know to be a little more careful with what your posting…but what about what other people could be posting? (Especially if you are not using privacy settings properly)<br />
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  78. 78.
  79. 79. Privacy (mainly Facebook)<br /><ul><li>You can use the present privacy settings or create custom settings.
  80. 80. Information you share with everyone can be seen by ANYONE on the internet. (Your name, profile picture, gender, networks, and username are always visible to everyone.)
  81. 81. You can control who finds you in a search and how your friends can contact you by changing your privacy settings.
  82. 82. You can block certain people or everyone from seeing specific albums, your contact information, or virtually anything simply by customizing your privacy settings.
  83. 83. Even after you remove information from your account, it still exists on the internet.
  84. 84. Facebook may use you to advertise products and services to your friends. </li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  85. 85. Dangers of Location on Social Media<br /><ul><li>Smart phone users and (everyone with a computer) beware!
  86. 86. Your information could be compiled by websites and hackers such as this.
  87. 87. Be mindful of “checking-in” or even posting about your habitual activities
  88. 88. Stalkers can easily compile information about
  89. 89. what residence hall you live in
  90. 90. who else lives there
  91. 91. your class schedule
  92. 92. what dining court you visit
  93. 93. where you study</li></ul>Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  94. 94. Social/Personal Branding<br />Make a name for yourself<br />What do you see when “Google” yourself?<br />Stay consistent on your social media<br />A company will look at your resume for your experience<br />A company will look at your online prescence to get a sense of “who you are”<br /> What interests you<br /> Who do you interact with<br />Does not just have to be about getting a job, can just be there to show you are an insightful person<br />Just realize in this age people are going to be looking for you online<br />Purdue offers web hosting to every student for a web page.<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
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  96. 96. COPYRIGHTS<br /><ul><li>Copyright is FEDERAL LAW
  97. 97. Allows those people who create works to control their use for a given time period</li></ul>What is it about copyright laws that students need to know?<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  98. 98. What kinds of things are Copyrighted?<br />You might expect…<br />But did you know that…<br />Books <br />Articles<br />Drawings<br />Reports<br />Pictures<br />Cartoons<br />Music<br />Movies<br />Original work on a social networking site <br />YouTube Video’s<br />Emails<br />Website Designs<br />Presentations<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  99. 99. The consequences to violating copyright laws<br />Violating copyright laws can result in legal proceedings, and University Sanctions<br />Legal Proceedings<br />Liable for damages from $200 to $150,000 + <br />Court Costs, Criminal Penalties, Jail Time<br />University Sanctions<br />Varying degrees of punishments<br />Warning<br />Disconnect ResNet<br />Suspension from the University<br />Use of Campus Networks for Illegal Activity is a violation of campus computing policies<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  100. 100. Sources for Videos:<br />Dan Gurewith from CollegeHumor.com via YouTube “Twitter in Real Life”<br />Google Plus via YouTube.<br />Follow Your Interests. Discover Your World. Twitter via Twitter YouTube Channel<br />Tweet your Questions @boilergoldrush<br />
  101. 101. Questions and Contact info<br />If you are interested in connecting and networking with either of us:<br />Alexandra Rodriguez : <br />about.me/theabrodrigue @theabrodrigue<br />Mike May: <br />about.me/maymike @maymike<br />Thank you and don’t forget to follow @boilergoldrush and check out our brand new blog that we will soon be posting more internet safety info on boilergoldrush.wordpress.com<br />

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