Social Media for Beginners   Matthew Mobbs   Careers Service       mjmobbs       mjm33@le.ac.uk       mjmobbs.com       Ma...
What is Social Media? Internet services where online content is generated by the users User comment and discuss the conten...
What is Social Media? • Share ideas and   receive feedback from   peers • Keep up-to-date with   developments in my   area...
What skills and knowledge is needed The Seven C’s of digital career literacy • Changing - understand and adapt to new tech...
Collecting The ability to source, manage and retrieve career information and resourceswww.le.ac.uk/careers                ...
Collecting The ability to source, manage and retrieve career information and resources                  RSS Feeds and News...
Collecting The ability to source, manage and retrieve career information and resources                                  Cr...
www.le.ac.uk/careers   #agcasemid
Connecting Build relationships and networks online that can support your career development. What is a network? • people y...
Build a professional networkwww.le.ac.uk/careers            #agcasemid
Weak links and long tails                                      Dunbar number = 150                                      If...
Communicating Interact effectively across a range of different platforms, to understand the genre and netiquette associate...
Communicating       The Social Network   Learning NetworkProfessional Network                ?www.le.ac.uk/careers        ...
Creating Create online content that effectively represents you and your career online.www.le.ac.uk/careers     #agcasemid
Creating  Social Bookmarks            Photos                       Documents and notes        Videoswww.le.ac.uk/careers  ...
Social Bookmarking                                        Some of                                        mjmobbs’ site:   ...
Creating  Social Bookmarks            Photos                       Documents and notes        Videoswww.le.ac.uk/careers  ...
Curating Store and retrieve online information and mange your digital footprint and online networks to support     Wordpre...
Why Blog? • Creates a repository of your work/advice/stuff for you and   your clients. • Makes your resources available to...
The Seven C’s of digital career literacy •   Changing •   Collecting •   Critiquing •   Connecting •   Communicating •   C...
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Social Media For Beginners - Agcas 2012

  1. 1. Social Media for Beginners Matthew Mobbs Careers Service mjmobbs mjm33@le.ac.uk mjmobbs.com Matthew Mobbswww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  2. 2. What is Social Media? Internet services where online content is generated by the users User comment and discuss the contentwww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  3. 3. What is Social Media? • Share ideas and receive feedback from peers • Keep up-to-date with developments in my area of work • Collate and organise • Promote yourself as a brand http://socialmediainfluence.com/2012/06/12/the- social-media-economy-map/www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  4. 4. What skills and knowledge is needed The Seven C’s of digital career literacy • Changing - understand and adapt to new technologies for the purpose of career building. • Collecting - the ability to source, manage and retrieve career information and resources. • Critiquing - understand the nature of online career information and resources, and analysing usefulness for your career. • Connecting - build relationships and networks online that can support your career development. • Communicating - interact effectively across a range of different platforms, to understand the genre and netiquette associated with different types of interaction and to use them appropriately within the context of career. • Creating - create online content that effectively represents you and your career online. • Curating – store and retrieve online information and mange your digital footprint and online networks to support your career. http://adventuresincareerdevelopment.posterous.com/how-the-internet-changed- career-my-presentatiwww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  5. 5. Collecting The ability to source, manage and retrieve career information and resourceswww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  6. 6. Collecting The ability to source, manage and retrieve career information and resources RSS Feeds and News readerswww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  7. 7. Collecting The ability to source, manage and retrieve career information and resources Critiquing Understand the nature of online career information and resources, and analysing usefulness for your career.www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  8. 8. www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  9. 9. Connecting Build relationships and networks online that can support your career development. What is a network? • people you know (and maybe the people who they know) • people who know you (and maybe the people who know them) • way of accessing help and advice • a way of providing help and advice • based on the idea of reciprocitywww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  10. 10. Build a professional networkwww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  11. 11. Weak links and long tails Dunbar number = 150 If your network gets too big or noisy • Lose people • Organise into sub-networks – differentInteractions platforms Core network who you have regular interactions with Weak links, few or no interactions, form Long Tail. Tend to be most useful, less like you, have different expertise People in your networkwww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  12. 12. Communicating Interact effectively across a range of different platforms, to understand the genre and netiquette associated with different types of interaction and to use them appropriately within the context of career.www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  13. 13. Communicating The Social Network Learning NetworkProfessional Network ?www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  14. 14. Creating Create online content that effectively represents you and your career online.www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  15. 15. Creating Social Bookmarks Photos Documents and notes Videoswww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  16. 16. Social Bookmarking Some of mjmobbs’ site: • Diigo • Scoop.it • Pinterest http://mjmobbs.com/?p=899www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  17. 17. Creating Social Bookmarks Photos Documents and notes Videoswww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  18. 18. Curating Store and retrieve online information and mange your digital footprint and online networks to support Wordpress your career. Blogger Blogging • ‘Web log’ – online diary • Store information in tags and categories • Enable you to curate your Posterous work and online materials in one place. mjmobbs.comwww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  19. 19. Why Blog? • Creates a repository of your work/advice/stuff for you and your clients. • Makes your resources available to other practitioners and builds your reputation. • Extends your reach beyond those people you can physically see/meet. • It offers a new way of delivering career guidance. • It is a practitioner-centred technology that provides a vehicle for your expertise. • It is creative and fun.www.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
  20. 20. The Seven C’s of digital career literacy • Changing • Collecting • Critiquing • Connecting • Communicating • Creating • Curatingwww.le.ac.uk/careers #agcasemid
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