Social Networks    Connecting to the rest of the world
Objectives Objectives:1. Discuss social networking concepts2. Brainstorm ways in which online social net-   working may be...
Social Networks- Overview    What is a social network?    What types of social networks are there?    What is the funct...
Social networking: Positives     Advantages of social networking:       – Worldwide connectivity (romance, job, assist   ...
Social networking: Negatives     What are some disadvantages of social      networking:       – Lack of anonymity       –...
Example 1: Facebook        Post and view notes to friends        Post pictures        Share interesting links        S...
Facebook in depthLook at a Facebook account and demonstrate: Home Page Timeline Groups Family & friends posts Marketi...
Example 2: Twitter   Post notes in under 140 characters   Post pictures   Share interesting links   Can categorize fol...
Twitter in depth  Look at a Twitter page and demonstrate:   Home page   Hash tags and search   Lists (general)   A sam...
Example 3: LinkedIn        Post and view resumes        Look for jobs        Find others with similar occupational goal...
LinkedIn in depthLook at Linked in and demonstrate Home page: post, recommend Profile: Endorsements, Experience, Skills,...
Example 4: Pinterest Community based bulletin boards to tell what you  want, identify with and recommend Create boards o...
Pinterest in depth  Look at a Pinterest page and demonstrate:   Community board: Categories, Everything,    Popular   Ad...
Social Networking Safety   Don’t click on link in post   Know what you post…always there!   Don’t trust who it is reall...
How many social networks are there?www.themeart.com                      15
Look for these or find your own     OTHER SOCIAL NETWORKSwww.themeart.com                       16
PatientsLikeMewww.themeart.com   17
LiveMochawww.themeart.com   18
Meetupwww.themeart.com   19
Flickrwww.themeart.com   20
Whatever your needs, a networkfor you!www.themeart.com                 21
Thanks for listening!                         Questions? Comments?                           mprine@sdccd.edu             ...
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Presentation social networks

  1. 1. Social Networks Connecting to the rest of the world
  2. 2. Objectives Objectives:1. Discuss social networking concepts2. Brainstorm ways in which online social net- working may benefit us3. Compare and contrast several different types of social networks4. Discuss privacy in social networks, and demonstrate ways to improve privacywww.themeart.com 2
  3. 3. Social Networks- Overview  What is a social network?  What types of social networks are there?  What is the function of a social network? – Personal (casual, nostalgia, fun, find friends, distraction) – Professional (purposeful, career information, current events, networking) – Niche (specialized such as language, collaboration)www.themeart.com 3
  4. 4. Social networking: Positives  Advantages of social networking: – Worldwide connectivity (romance, job, assist ance, referrals, support, advice) – Finding old friends – finding people with common interests – Real time information sharing – free advertising (promote event and cause)www.themeart.com 4
  5. 5. Social networking: Negatives  What are some disadvantages of social networking: – Lack of anonymity – Privacy concerns/ frauds and identify theft – Scams and harassment – time consuming – impersonal – cyber bullying – Annoying postswww.themeart.com 5
  6. 6. Example 1: Facebook  Post and view notes to friends  Post pictures  Share interesting links  Send out group messages  Must ask permission to be “friends”  Clicking “like” puts them on your pagewww.themeart.com 6
  7. 7. Facebook in depthLook at a Facebook account and demonstrate: Home Page Timeline Groups Family & friends posts Marketing posts Friends on Chat and Chat Events & Apps Notificationswww.themeart.com 7
  8. 8. Example 2: Twitter Post notes in under 140 characters Post pictures Share interesting links Can categorize followers by topic No permissions needed to follow or be followedwww.themeart.com 8
  9. 9. Twitter in depth Look at a Twitter page and demonstrate:  Home page  Hash tags and search  Lists (general)  A sample of a list  Trendswww.themeart.com 9
  10. 10. Example 3: LinkedIn  Post and view resumes  Look for jobs  Find others with similar occupational goals  Includes groups, so you can network within your interest  Find contacts by e-mail address or name  Must “invite others” to your networkwww.themeart.com 10
  11. 11. LinkedIn in depthLook at Linked in and demonstrate Home page: post, recommend Profile: Endorsements, Experience, Skills, Connections, Contacts: Connections, Add connections Groups: Your groups, groups like Jobs: (Also sends to e-mail!) Inbox: (Doesn’t release your e-mail) Companies: Info on potential employerswww.themeart.com 11
  12. 12. Example 4: Pinterest Community based bulletin boards to tell what you want, identify with and recommend Create boards on interests Pin links to your board Find pins and boards which you enjoy Repin other pins Click on a name and Follow (all or just one board) No permissions requiredwww.themeart.com 12
  13. 13. Pinterest in depth Look at a Pinterest page and demonstrate:  Community board: Categories, Everything, Popular  Add a pin: Find URL, click “select image”, choose board, describe pin  About: All you need to know!  Your name: Invitations, Find friends, Profile  Sample boardwww.themeart.com 13
  14. 14. Social Networking Safety  Don’t click on link in post  Know what you post…always there!  Don’t trust who it is really from  Don’t let it scan your email account  Directly type address into web bar  Caution about “friends”  Research the site  Careful about apps  Don’t use at work or without a good virus protec- tion in placewww.themeart.com 14
  15. 15. How many social networks are there?www.themeart.com 15
  16. 16. Look for these or find your own OTHER SOCIAL NETWORKSwww.themeart.com 16
  17. 17. PatientsLikeMewww.themeart.com 17
  18. 18. LiveMochawww.themeart.com 18
  19. 19. Meetupwww.themeart.com 19
  20. 20. Flickrwww.themeart.com 20
  21. 21. Whatever your needs, a networkfor you!www.themeart.com 21
  22. 22. Thanks for listening! Questions? Comments? mprine@sdccd.edu Sources: Bennett, S. (2012, Sept. 21). People use Different Social Networks for Different Reasons. Retrieved fro m All Twitter: http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/social-mindset-divide_b28812 Eler, A. (2012, January 16). Study: Why do People Use Facebook. Retrieved from ReadWriteWeb: http: //www.readwriteweb.com/archives/study_why_do_people_use_facebook.php Roeder, L. (2012, January 1). Why Social Networking. Retrieved from About.Com: http://personalweb. about.com/od/easyblogsandwebpages/a/whysocialnetwor.htmwww.themeart.com 22
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