2010 student & online behaviors

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2010 student & online behaviors

  1. 1. Studentsand OnlineBehaviors Christopher  Wells  
  2. 2. BuildingAwareness is Half the Battle! Christopher  Wells  
  3. 3. IPA  C
  4. 4. FERPA  •  School    •  Student  
  5. 5. And the POINT is…? Social Networking
  6. 6. Facebook Much?Posted  by  Brian  Solis,  briansolis.com,  March  2010  
  7. 7. Posted  by  Brian  Solis,  briansolis.com,  March  2010  
  8. 8. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  9. 9. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  10. 10. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  11. 11. Case Study:Facebook Valuation
  12. 12. Who’s incharge?
  13. 13. Parents?
  14. 14. al itic ions Cr at ve rsCon
  15. 15. Modeling!
  16. 16. How Important IS Your Info, Anyway?
  17. 17. How Important IS Your Privacy, Anyway?•  Facebook  default  se6ngs  over  9me  •  Source:  h<p://ma<mckeon.com/facebook-­‐privacy/  •  Ma<  McKeon  -­‐  developer  with  the  Visual  Communica9on  Lab   at  IBM  Researchs  Center  for  Social  SoKware  
  18. 18. The  danger  in  communica9on  is  the  illusion  that  it   has  been   accomplished.   George  Bernard  Shaw  
  19. 19. Corollary• It  may  be  accomplished  without  your  knowledge.  • “FOAFs”  and  “Likejacking”  
  20. 20. YouPostedWHAT?
  21. 21. “Red Cup” PhotosWorld Food Programhttp://www.wfp.org/photos/gallery/red-cup-photo-gallery
  22. 22. Potential Leaders? Not anymore.
  23. 23. NOT. GOOD.http://www.classes2careers.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/red_party_cup.jpg
  24. 24. Smart habits are easy,Stupid decisionsare searchable.
  25. 25. Ques9ons?  Christopher Wellscwells@schooltechpolicies.com

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