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Presentation delivered to High Schools to explain how Social Sites can effect our reputation and maybe influential on college, university or employment selections process.

Presentation delivered to High Schools to explain how Social Sites can effect our reputation and maybe influential on college, university or employment selections process.

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  • 1. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) http://www.flickr.com/photos/tsevis/
  • 2. Social Site Age Restrictions 13 18 13
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  • 9. The Good, The Bad...
  • 10. Positive Photo's
  • 11. Crisp Vs Apple Retail Ltd
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  • 21. 3 Things
    • Google Yourself (often)
    • Review your All social media profiles/content
    • Join Linkedin (When your are 18)
  • 22.
    • A Cambridge University admissions tutor has admitted he checks up on students applying to his college by browsing their Facebook profiles. Dr Richard Barnes, senior tutor at Emmanuel College, confessed in the college magazine.
  • 23. Facebook Tips
    • Delete/untag unprofessional photos
    • Unfriend any contacts who may embarrass you or who don’t exercise good judgment
    • Delete negative comments you or others have on your wall or profile
    • Leave from groups such as, “I hate Mondays” or “Working is for Suckers.”
  • 24. Update your Profile
    • Open your profile to everyone for key parts. Use the “just friends” privacy setting for everything except for:
    • About Me : Write a bio to emphasise your skills and any important accomplishments. This includes academic achievements, volunteer work, etc.
    • Education and Work: List whatever information relevant to your goals. For example, if you’re seeking a childcare position, include any St Johns Ambulance training or certificates in this section.
    • Contact Info: Include an email address you check frequently. Opening these sections to “everyone” helps people find information they would need to figure out whether you might be a good addition to their professional teams. It’s also necessary to take advantage of certain Facebook applications.
  • 25. Crisp vs Apple Retail Ltd
    • held that an employee who posted derogatory comments about Apple and its products on a “private” Facebook page outside of his working hours was not unfairly dismissed for gross misconduct.
  • 26. The Law (at least in the UK)
    • There is no legislation in the UK to stop under-13s accessing Social sites
    • Facebook's terms and conditions, which were put in place to comply with US law, are unenforceable in practice
  • 27. No wonder everyone is thick.... Inbreeding must damage brain development Source: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/oct/13/school-apology-facebook-pupils-inbred
  • 28. Resources
    • http://learn.linkedin.com/students/step-1/
    • http://blog.linkedin.com/2011/07/15/student-profile-sections/
  • 29. Acknowledgements/Credits
    • Slide 1 – Facebook image - (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) http://www.flickr.com/photos/tsevis/
    • Facebook Infographic - http://mashable.com/2011/10/21/facebook-infographic/
      • Design @emilycaufield
      • Research by @benparr
    • E-reputation infographic - http://mashable.com/2011/11/02/protecting-your-online-reputation/
      • Infographic courtesy KBSD (http://www.kbsd.com/)
    • Linkedin infographic - http://blog.lab42.com/the-linkedin-profile
      • Infographic courtesy of http:/lab42.com