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Presented at International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking (ICCMSN). Covers the use of social media at Bond University

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  • 2. Towards the Integration of Social Media with Traditional Information Systems Michael Rees – School of Information Technology Peta Hopkins – Information Services Bond University International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking 2008
  • 3. Setting the scene
    • Bond University
      • 3720 EFTSU
      • 4 Faculties
      • Approx 700 staff
      • 25000 alumni
  • 4. Library blog on Blogspot – headlines syndicated to Library homepage
  • 5. The Law Library is currently consulting with security staff regarding the recent abduction of Homer from Course Reserve. … Kidnapping for ransom is a serious offence in Qld and carries with it a maximum penalty of seven years imprisonment (Criminal Code (Qld) s354A(4)). At the very least Homer has been deprived of his liberty, and in regards to this, any person involved is liable to imprisonment for 3 years. (Criminal Code (Qld), s355). For commentary and references to related cases see The Laws of Australia [10.2.9] (online at Law Book Co from the Library webpage).
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  • 15. Corporate Social Media Adoption Advice 1. Assess cultural readiness 2. Focus on people, not the technology 3. Think about the business purpose of the tools 4. Understand the difference between traditional and social media 5. Prepare to relinquish control and share the process 6. Be experimental and involve employees 7. Clarify what employees can and can’t do 8. Don’t push staff too hard to adopt 9. Integrate social media tools into existing systems 10. Don’t obsess about the numbers of participants and usage International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking 2008
  • 16. Action Plan International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking 2008
  • 17. Stealth Plan International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking 2008
  • 18. In Summary International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking 2008
  • 19. Links The L files – http://bulibrary.blogspot.com   Bond’s Research Repository : News and Views – http://epublications.wordpress.com   Impressions Scholarcast – http://mrees.wordpress.com   Space4Staff – http://space4staff.wetpaint.com   Course Readings on Delicious - http://del.icio.us/mrees/inft232   LINT group on Connotea – http://www.connotea.org/group/LINT   iLearn@Bond – http://ilearn.bond.edu.au   Bond University Alumni Network – http://alumni.bond.edu.au International Conference of Computer Mediated Social Networking 2008