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  • or to put it another way..... let’s get physical. \n
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  • Starting Professional Development now:\nPost links to interesting articles about things you’re interested in\nEngage with professionals in your chosen field\nRead key books and talk about them online\nEstablish a LinkedIn profile and put up a resume/portfolio, start collecting contacts outside your social peer groups\nTalk about school projects, specific research conducted, and establish some actual goals. Promote awards or honors, student organization positions, and competitive events. Potential employers see these things as drive and determination.\n\n
  • Starting Professional Development now:\nPost links to interesting articles about things you’re interested in\nEngage with professionals in your chosen field\nRead key books and talk about them online\nEstablish a LinkedIn profile and put up a resume/portfolio, start collecting contacts outside your social peer groups\nTalk about school projects, specific research conducted, and establish some actual goals. Promote awards or honors, student organization positions, and competitive events. Potential employers see these things as drive and determination.\n\n
  • Starting Professional Development now:\nPost links to interesting articles about things you’re interested in\nEngage with professionals in your chosen field\nRead key books and talk about them online\nEstablish a LinkedIn profile and put up a resume/portfolio, start collecting contacts outside your social peer groups\nTalk about school projects, specific research conducted, and establish some actual goals. Promote awards or honors, student organization positions, and competitive events. Potential employers see these things as drive and determination.\n\n
  • Starting Professional Development now:\nPost links to interesting articles about things you’re interested in\nEngage with professionals in your chosen field\nRead key books and talk about them online\nEstablish a LinkedIn profile and put up a resume/portfolio, start collecting contacts outside your social peer groups\nTalk about school projects, specific research conducted, and establish some actual goals. Promote awards or honors, student organization positions, and competitive events. Potential employers see these things as drive and determination.\n\n
  • Starting Professional Development now:\nPost links to interesting articles about things you’re interested in\nEngage with professionals in your chosen field\nRead key books and talk about them online\nEstablish a LinkedIn profile and put up a resume/portfolio, start collecting contacts outside your social peer groups\nTalk about school projects, specific research conducted, and establish some actual goals. Promote awards or honors, student organization positions, and competitive events. Potential employers see these things as drive and determination.\n\n
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  • Our study found 70% of surveyed HR professionals in U.S. (41% in the UK) have rejected a candidate based on online reputation information. Reputation can also have a positive effect as in the United States, 86% of HR professionals (and at least two thirds of those in the U.K. and Germany) stated that a positive online reputation influences the candidate’s application to some extent; almost half stated that it does so to a great extent. Source: Microsoft Research\n\nHiding everything isn’t the answer either. If I’m considering you and your profile is totally buttoned down, I think you’re hiding something and I’m hesitant to give you access to our accounts. Keep it clean from the beginning. Not everything you do needs to be documented online. Also, think very carefully about what you’re doing in public. Even if you’re careful about your profile, you can’t control what other people post.\n\n
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  • Online safety

    1. 1. Online Safety(or, How’d You See That? WTF!!)Robin Smail (Robin2go)Disruptive TechnologistPenn State University Delta Tau 1 March, 2012
    2. 2. Who am I?
    3. 3. why care?
    4. 4. 2007xkcd.com
    5. 5. 2010xkcd.com
    6. 6. Your character is your own,your reputation is defined by others, and your actions keep them in sync. @MargaretMeloni
    7. 7. where to start?
    8. 8. Facebook Places,Foursquare,Gowalla ...Oh, my!
    9. 9. pleaserobme.com
    10. 10. Facebook• Privacy settings are JOB ONE.• Job related posts are JOB TWO.
    11. 11. oops.
    12. 12. • 70% of U.S. HR professionals have rejected a candidate based on online reputation info.• 86% say positive online reputation influences the candidates application
    13. 13. ReclaimPrivacy.org
    14. 14. where will they look?
    15. 15. What will they FIND?
    16. 16. Your character is your own,your reputation is defined by others, and your actions keep them in sync. @MargaretMeloni
    17. 17. Your turn. Ask me.
    18. 18. Get social with me.Robin Bradford Smail Education Technology Services Disruptive Technologist 210 Rider Building http://about.me/robin2go The Pennsylvania State University http://bit.ly/robin2go University Park, PA 16802

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