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College Student Educators: What Grad School Didn't Teach You About Your Digital Life

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College student educators are taught many things in their graduate preparation programs, but what is unfortunately left out is lessons on how to be a professional... DIGITALLY. The following presentation was a collaboration between Josie Ahlquist and myself, original presented at the 2015 Convention of ACPA-College Student Educators International.
http://www.josieahlquist.com
http://paulgordonbrown.com

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College Student Educators: What Grad School Didn't Teach You About Your Digital Life

  1. What Grad School Didn’t TeachYouAbout Your Digital Life. with Josie Ahlquist and Paul Gordon Brown
  2. Josie Ahlquist EdD Candidate at California Lutheran University www.josieahlquist.com josie.renee.ahlquist@gmail.com @josieahlquist Paul Gordon Brown PhD Candidate at Boston College www.paulgordonbrown.com paulgordonbrown@gmail.com @paulgordonbrown.com
  3. Goals for this session. Recognize current trends in the use of social and digital technologies. Understand one’s current digital presence and how to influence it. Understand the importance of digital networking. Know the basics of building an online and offline brand. Be exposed to social and digital tools and how to use them to further professional development and reputation.
  4. Outline. Social Media Realities Your Digital Presence Your Network Build a Brand Platforms and Practices Final Thoughts Q&A
  5. #SAidentity This session is Twitter-friendly. @paulgordonbrown @josieahlquist
  6. You don’t Expert have to be an
  7. Social Media Realities.
  8. Social Media Realities Social media is becoming an ever present reality. Search committees and recruiters will search you online and look at your social media profiles. Be aware of what you post online and the effects it can have on your job search. Review
  9. Your Digital Presence.
  10. Your Digital Presence You have a digital stamp (what you post) and digital footprints (what others post) whether you want to or not. Be aware of what is tout there when people search for you. Be aware of what your social media profiles say about you. The best defense is a good offense. Define what you want others to find rather than allowing them to define it for you. Review
  11. Build a Brand.
  12. Build a Brand Define a digital compass for yourself. What do you want to be known for? Write a brief professional bio that sums up who you are. Make it appropriate for posting online. Get a good headshot. Decide what platforms and technologies you want to be present on and what your unique screen name will be. Squat the screen name. Review
  13. Your Network.
  14. Free, Low or No Cost Professional Development
  15. Your Network Building a professional network is important. Social networks can help you solidify and leverage these relationships. Develop a personal learning network or environment. A space where you can draw on professional knowledge and others. Integrate free and low cost professional development into your daily routine. Review
  16. Platforms and Practices.
  17. LinkedIn
  18. Twitter
  19. conferences use at
  20. #sachat #satech #fachat #salead #SLchat #WLsalt #sagrad #sadoc #sapro #safit #sareads
  21. #SAsearch
  22. Facebook
  23. Facebook Groups • Student Activities Professionals • NASPA Technology Knowledge Community • Student Affairs Professionals • Student Affairs Runners • Student Affairs Faculty
  24. read/write a blog
  25. blogs… studentaffairscollective.org studentaffairsfirstyears.com studentaffairsfit.com paulgordonbrown.com michaelanthonygoodman.com josieahlquist.com lizgross.net Go to www.StudentAffairsResources.com to find more!
  26. The Placement Exchange ACPA’s Career Central
  27. Create a Professional Portfolio
  28. determineyour presence
  29. Platforms and Practices LinkedIn - Get on it! Update it! Connect. Attempt to achieve 100% profile completeness. Twitter - Tweet regularly. Know the common hashtags used. Participate in a Twitter chat. Use it at conferences. Facebook - Check your privacy settings. Be aware of who you friend and what you post. Use the Graph Search feature. Review
  30. Platforms and Practices Write a Blog - Consider starting a blog. Read and comment on other’s blogs. Create a Professional Portfolio - Archive your professional work with examples. Upload conference presentations. Create an online landing page or resume. Review
  31. Final Thoughts.
  32. it takes TIME
  33. Be consistent Be dedicated
  34. You might “STEP IN IT”
  35. cements relationships social media
  36. glue acts like a
  37. go analog
  38. Resources.
  39. Q&A
  40. #SAidentity This session is Twitter-friendly. @paulgordonbrown @josieahlquist
  41. Josie Ahlquist EdD Candidate at California Lutheran University www.josieahlquist.com josie.renee.ahlquist@gmail.com @josieahlquist Paul Gordon Brown PhD Candidate at Boston College www.paulgordonbrown.com paulgordonbrown@gmail.com @paulgordonbrown.com
  42. What Grad School Didn’t TeachYouAbout Your Digital Life. with Josie Ahlquist and Paul Gordon Brown

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