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'

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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Savvy Management: Managing your social media presence

  1. 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. 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. 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. 4. Social media presents slices of you flickr flickr
  5. 5. context … or the lack thereof
  6. 6. context … or the lack thereof
  7. 7. flickr consider your online footprint
  8. 8. LinkedIn
  9. 9. LinkedIn slideshare
  10. 10. facebook
  11. 11. facebook Foursquare
  12. 12. Lanyrd
  13. 13. twitter
  14. 14. blogs http://miriamposner.com/blog/how-did-they-make-that/
  15. 15. listservs forums (fora?)
  16. 16. Google+ Skype
  17. 17. Now for altmetrics … over to Stacy!
  18. 18. Privacy Separate email accounts Know who might be able to read your **** online Manage privacy controls flickr flickr
  19. 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. 20. http://bit.ly/iub-socialsavvy Thank you!

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