Social Media in the EducationalWorkplaceJosh Allenhttp://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com/
Know your AYPWhat’s your district’s acceptable use policy?
Areas We’ll Cover
Areas We’ll Cover  Text               EmailMessaging    Twitter         Facebook
TextingScreenshot from WOWT http://bit.ly/KHkqtn
Alternatives
Screenshot from http://dmreg.co/KHmO3j
How does that effect you?
Find anotheremail address
Facebook       Check your privacy settings.       What can your friends’ friends see?       Nothing that you update regula...
But it’s not all bad...   Meet students/parents/relatives where they are
But it’s not all bad... Facebook Groups for class use Facebook Pages for extra curricular work
Twitter      Best. Professional Development. Ever.
Twitter Control who you follow Control who follows you Utilize the hashtags
Hashtags to follow: search.twitter.com
Hashtags to follow: search.twitter.com     #iOSedapp                #edchat                 #nebedu       #iste12         ...
Taking Technology to the Next LevelDean Shareskihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDM4GhvLeE
Taking Technology to the Next LevelDean Shareskihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDM4GhvLeE
Your DigitalFootprintFrom Joshua Davisjdavis.info
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Originally presented at the Doane Summer Tech Fair, June 20, 2012. http://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com/

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    1. 1. Social Media in the EducationalWorkplaceJosh Allenhttp://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com/
    2. 2. Know your AYPWhat’s your district’s acceptable use policy?
    3. 3. Areas We’ll Cover
    4. 4. Areas We’ll Cover Text EmailMessaging Twitter Facebook
    5. 5. TextingScreenshot from WOWT http://bit.ly/KHkqtn
    6. 6. Alternatives
    7. 7. Screenshot from http://dmreg.co/KHmO3j
    8. 8. How does that effect you?
    9. 9. Find anotheremail address
    10. 10. Facebook Check your privacy settings. What can your friends’ friends see? Nothing that you update regularly and/or on the fly should be public. Do you want to be searchable? If students/parents/their relatives haven’t searched for you yet, they will.Picture from http://bit.ly/KHAk78
    11. 11. But it’s not all bad... Meet students/parents/relatives where they are
    12. 12. But it’s not all bad... Facebook Groups for class use Facebook Pages for extra curricular work
    13. 13. Twitter Best. Professional Development. Ever.
    14. 14. Twitter Control who you follow Control who follows you Utilize the hashtags
    15. 15. Hashtags to follow: search.twitter.com
    16. 16. Hashtags to follow: search.twitter.com #iOSedapp #edchat #nebedu #iste12 #comments4kids
    17. 17. Taking Technology to the Next LevelDean Shareskihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDM4GhvLeE
    18. 18. Taking Technology to the Next LevelDean Shareskihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDM4GhvLeE
    19. 19. Your DigitalFootprintFrom Joshua Davisjdavis.info

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