Social media in the educational workplace

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Originally presented at the Doane Summer Tech Fair, June 20, 2012. http://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com/

Originally presented at the Doane Summer Tech Fair, June 20, 2012. http://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com/

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  • 1. Social Media in the EducationalWorkplaceJosh Allenhttp://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com/
  • 2. Know your AYPWhat’s your district’s acceptable use policy?
  • 3. Areas We’ll Cover
  • 4. Areas We’ll Cover Text EmailMessaging Twitter Facebook
  • 5. TextingScreenshot from WOWT http://bit.ly/KHkqtn
  • 6. Alternatives
  • 7. Screenshot from http://dmreg.co/KHmO3j
  • 8. How does that effect you?
  • 9. Find anotheremail address
  • 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. But it’s not all bad... Meet students/parents/relatives where they are
  • 12. But it’s not all bad... Facebook Groups for class use Facebook Pages for extra curricular work
  • 13. Twitter Best. Professional Development. Ever.
  • 14. Twitter Control who you follow Control who follows you Utilize the hashtags
  • 15. Hashtags to follow: search.twitter.com
  • 16. Hashtags to follow: search.twitter.com #iOSedapp #edchat #nebedu #iste12 #comments4kids
  • 17. Taking Technology to the Next LevelDean Shareskihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDM4GhvLeE
  • 18. Taking Technology to the Next LevelDean Shareskihttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QzDM4GhvLeE
  • 19. Your DigitalFootprintFrom Joshua Davisjdavis.info