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Social Media 2012 Social Media 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • Social Media Etiquette Getting it right online. Mr Bannon Principal Teacher Technology Across the Curriculum
  • So Much Choice...
  • Revolution vs Evolution
  • What You Do...How you present yourself online says a lot about whoyou are — just like what you say and do at school orwith your friends.In all public places, online and off, it’s important torepresent yourself as the kind of person you want tobe.
  • NOT THE KIND OF PERSON YOUTHINK PEOPLE WANT YOU TO BE!
  • Social Media Etiquette Netiquette
  • Think Before You Post.It’s easy to get caught up in the moment and write ordo something that may seem hilarious at the time. Butremember, what you say can really hurt someone, orcome back to haunt you. Think before you post.It only takes a second or two. Ask yourself if you reallywant to say it. Make sure you don’t mind if yourfriends, classmates, teachers or employer hear about
  • Think Before You Post.Also remember that any information you post –whether in a comment, a note or a video chat – mightbe copied, pasted and distributed in ways that youdidnt intend.Before you post, ask yourself - would I be OK if thiscontent was shared widely at school or with my futureemployer?
  • A Facebook Timeline Isnow Your Digital Resume. (C.V.) Source:
  • Myth Locking your account does not protect you when you like other pages or friends tag and like your posts. Source:
  • The Dangers of Social Media
  • What if I make a mistake? It is never to late to say sorry! Is it?
  • A Simple Example.What if a site existed that you had clicked the button on.
  • And clicking thatNow reflects badly on you?
  • Penance?What to do now.
  • Who wants to be Googl’d?A live demonstration of how safe your information actually is.
  • If you need any more advice Just ask me. Its why Im here! And finally...2 short videos to sum things up.
  • Do’s and Dont’s
  • Facebook and Tracking Your Data.
  • Thank You For ListeningMr BannonPrincipal Teacher - Technology Across the Curriculum