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  • Whether or not you know what Social Networking is, you use it every day. Facebook, Blogger, Myspace – nearly everybody has one! Sites like PartnerUp and Ryze are used for business purposes, whereas Facebook and My Space are used for fun and friends. Though Social Networking can occur off of the internet, most social networking is done online. Social networking services provide means for users to connect with each other over the internet, via e-mail and instant messaging. Early Social Networking communities focused on bringing people together to interact with each other through chat rooms, and to share personal information and ideas around any topics by talking about it on personal homepages.

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  • HOW SOCIAL NETWORKING CAN BE EFFECTIVE IN B.C.G.A Michael Petree Christian James Alex Corvey Clara Pfefferkorn
  • WHY WE CHOSE SOCIAL NETWORKING
    • Social networking is something we have grown up with and would be lost without.
    • Our goal is to inform the class about the history of social networking, and all things positive and negative that surround this controversial topic.
  • ELEMENTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING
  • WHAT IS SOCIAL NETWORKING?
    • Social networking services provide means for users to connect with each other over the internet, via e-mail and instant messaging.
    • Personal home pages on these sites are also used to communicate your beliefs and ideas to people who read your site.
    • Most social networking is done online
  • DANGERS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING
    • Online Predators
    • The impact that sites can have on your future
      • Job
      • School
      • Grad-school
  • FUTURE STEPS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING
    • GPS-Based Social Networking
      • Ipoki
    • Share your location
    • Track anyone
    • Connect with Others
  • SOCIAL NETWORKING IN ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS
    • National School Board Association
      • Study in 2007
      • 52% of institutions don’t allow social networking
      • 62% of students talk about academics on social networking sites
      • Why don’t academic institutions allow social networking?
        • Online Safety
        • Provide educational value
  • SOCIAL NETWORKING IN BUSINESS
  • SOCIAL NETWORKING IN COMMUNICATION
  • SOCIAL NETWORKING IN GOVERNMENT
  • CONCLUSION
    • How social networking started
    • How Social Networking is used in BCGA
    • The dangers of Social Networking
    • What the future may hold for Social Networking
  • REFERENCE PAGE
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    • Giardullo, Anthony. &quot;Facebook/Scribe&quot;. GitHub Social Cooling. 3/31/10 <http://wiki.github.com/facebook/scribe>.
    • Glazowski, Paul. &quot;GPS-Based Social Network Ipoki Gives Place to What You Do&quot;. Mashable. 3/31/10 <http://mashable.com/2008/09/03/ipoki/>.
    • Nickson, Christopher. &quot;The History of Social Networking&quot;. Digital Trends. 3/29/10 <http://www.digitaltrends.com/features/the-history-of-social-networking/>.
    • Young, Robert. &quot;The Future of Social Networks – Communication&quot;. Gigaom. 4/2/10 <http://gigaom.com/2006/10/09/the-future-of-social-networks-communication/>.