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Savvy Management: Managing your social media presence

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Part of the IUB Libraries' 'Surviving & Thriving in Academia' workshop series - 'Managing your social media presence' …

Part of the IUB Libraries' 'Surviving & Thriving in Academia' workshop series - 'Managing your social media presence'

We discussed what our online “footprint” tells potential future employers and academic colleagues, and share tips for maximizing the networking potential of social media.

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  • 1. Savvy Management Part II: Managing Your Social Media Presence Juliet L Hardesty (@jlhardes) Courtney Greene (@xocg) Stacy Konkiel (@skonkiel) #socialsavvy Scholars Commons Series flickr
  • 2. Use case #1 We’ll call her Julie • Tweets at conferences • Uses Facebook to keep up with friends but hardly ever posts • Connects on LinkedIn but not active • Has Skyped before • New-ish faculty still trying to shape a scholarly social media presence • Mostly interested in keeping personal separate from professional https://twitter.com/jlhardes/status/360478079916834816
  • 3. Use case #2 We’ll call her Courtney • Maintains a presence on many social networks, but is somewhat inconsistent in posting – e.g., food & garden drive her Twitter feed, followed by conferences & events • Uses Facebook & Google mostly for personal connections, but also manages event pages & makes use of Google Hangouts for professional purposes • Initially desired to keep things separate but hasn’t found a good way to do so
  • 4. Social media presents slices of you flickr flickr
  • 5. context … or the lack thereof
  • 6. context … or the lack thereof
  • 7. flickr consider your online footprint
  • 8. LinkedIn
  • 9. LinkedIn slideshare
  • 10. facebook
  • 11. facebook Foursquare
  • 12. Lanyrd
  • 13. twitter
  • 14. blogs http://miriamposner.com/blog/how-did-they-make-that/
  • 15. listservs forums (fora?)
  • 16. Google+ Skype
  • 17. Now for altmetrics … over to Stacy!
  • 18. Privacy Separate email accounts Know who might be able to read your **** online Manage privacy controls flickr flickr
  • 19. A final observation … “Just because you can doesn’t mean you should.” -- Courtney’s mom* *No, that is not her real picture. Both for the privacy reasons we just talked about AND because, well, just because you can doesn’t mean you should.
  • 20. http://bit.ly/iub-socialsavvy Thank you!