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    • 1. Parent Association: Facebook 101 (Facebook in 15 Minutes) Patrick Woessner
    • 2. What is Facebook?
      • Facebook (FB) is a social networking site that lets users connect and share photos, links, and video.
    • 3. What is Social Networking?
    • 4. Visualizing a Network
    • 5. Creating a Facebook Account
      • A valid email address is all that is required to create a FB account
    • 6. A Look Inside Facebook
    • 7. Your Profile
      • Your profile is what your friends/family will see about you in FB.
      • Your “Info” includes Basic, Personal, Contact, and Education/Work Information
    • 8. Finding Friends
      • FB will help you connect with people you email, IM, and/or went to school with.
      • In addition to being able to search, FB will also suggest “people you may know”
      • To become FB friends, both parties must agree ; friendship request is sent and approved.
    • 9. Joining Networks and Groups
      • In addition to finding friends, users can join networks and groups.
      • Networks are organized around a workplace, region, high school, or college
      • Groups can be organized around anything
      • When you join a network, your privacy settings may change
    • 10. Posting/Sharing Info and Content
      • News Feeds: stream of content from all your friends and groups
      • News: can pull info/content from other applications
      • Message: similar to email
      • Chat: ability to chat w/o installing software
    • 11. Applications
      • Facebook offers a wide array of applications for your profile, desktop, and the web
      • When you choose/use an application, you are granting it access to your profile
      • Some of the applications are fun and harmless and some are not
    • 12. Privacy Settings: Profile
      • Profile: Each aspect of your profile can have customized privacy settings
      • Students should not enter contact info
    • 13. Privacy Settings: Search
      • Search settings determine who can find you and what they can see
      • Students should not be part of the public search listing
    • 14. Privacy Settings: News and Wall
      • Users can determine which actions are visible to friends
      • Students should not appear in social ads
    • 15. Privacy Settings: Did You Know?
      • Friends can be organized into lists, each with its own privacy policies
      • Users can block friends from viewing their content
      • What does this mean for parents? Being “friends”with your child does not mean you will see everything on their FB page
      • That said, students should be reminded that ultimately nothing on FB is private
    • 16. Additional Resources
      • MacArthur Foundation study on teen development and time spent online
      • Internet Safety Guide from Common Sense Media
      • 10 Privacy Settings Every Facebook User Should Know from AllFacebook
      • Facebook for Parents offers guidance, resources, and an online course