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  • 1. Welcome to NC State University
  • 2.
    • phenomenon
    • (fi-nom- uh -non)
    • -noun
    • a rare or significant fact or event
    • something that is impressive or extraordinary
  • 3.
    • Overview: Online Social Networking
    • Online community made up of individuals who have created a profile
    • Several tools available within the network – groups, messages, notes, friends, photos, feeds, profile information
  • 4.
    • Overview: Online Social Networking
    • Many different sites, each with their own characteristics: MySpace, Friendster, etc.
    • Facebook created by college students for college students; though now open to anyone, still is predominantly a college student population
  • 5.
    • Fred Stutzman
    • Incidence
    • Studies of Incoming Freshman
      • UNC – CH
      • 2005 and 2006
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
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  • 10.
    • Fred Stutzman
    • Facebook as a Tool for Learning Engagement
    • Caveats
      • What Facebook is and isn’t
      • Expectation of privacy
      • Non-participants
  • 11.
    • Fred Stutzman
    • Facebook as a Tool for Learning Engagement
    • Profiles & Social Behavior
      • Your profile
      • Friending
      • Crossing contexts
  • 12.
    • Fred Stutzman
    • Facebook as a Tool for Learning Engagement
    • Engagement tools
      • Prerequisites
      • Profile-based engagement
      • Action-based engagement
  • 13.
    • Fred Stutzman
    • Facebook as a Tool for Learning Engagement
    • Strategies & Ideas
      • Groups/Events/Notes/Ads
      • Understanding student perspectives
      • Keeping tabs
      • The creation of place
  • 14.
    • Sarah Noell
    • ITD’s Role in Social Networking
    • Ways We Try and Help Educate
    • Types of Education We Offer
  • 15.
    • Paul Cousins
    • Public vs. Private Debate
    • Is Facebook a New Tool for Stalkers?
    • Who is Looking? When? Why?
    • You Can’t Take It Back: The Permanence of Digital Records
  • 16.
    • Sarah Stein
    • ETS Information Literacy Test
    • Potential civil litigation
    • University Policy
    • Facebook claims ownership to content
  • 17.
    • Sarah Stein
    • Facebook can sell information
    • Use of caution in posting personal info
    • Search engines cache material
    • Social networking: teaching & learning
  • 18.
    • Whil Piavis
    • Positive Aspects
    • Tool Aspect
    • Negative Aspects
  • 19.
    • Audience Questions & Comments
    • In Person
      • Raise your hand – our roving microphones will find you.
      • Please state your home institution.
    • Webcast – Send email or IM
      • [email_address]
      • students 1 stncsu (AOL, Yahoo, MSN)
  • 20.
    • Closing Remarks & Reminders
    • Panelists Final Remarks
    • Program Followup: www.ncsu.edu/facebook/
      • Facebook Phenomenon (Facebook group)
      • Program Evaluations – paper or online
      • Webcast file, this PPT, other resources – available online