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Stop Worrying and Learn to Love Facebook

A few things to consider before you ban your kids from hanging out online
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Jay Oatway

on 6 June 2012

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Stop Worrying About Social Media Little Steps Jack likes YouTube His Dad gives him a little nudge Jack gains some media literacy Workforce Tiger Mum vs. Geek Dad The really hard stuff are the social skills Here's my plan: Show him how to find interesting stories to read or videos to watch. Global citizens: Social media for social good He Likes The LXD Jack enters a video dance contest Oh...and he won! “Dancers have created a whole global laboratory for dance.

Kids in Japan are taking moves from a YouTube video created in Detroit, building on it within days and releasing a new video, while teenagers in California are taking the Japanese video and remixing it to create a whole new dance style in itself.

This is happening every day. And from these bedrooms and living rooms and garages with cheap webcams come the world’s great dancers of tomorrow.” Crowd Accelerated Learning 1 point / view 10 points / like Learn To Love Facebook, Twitter & YouTube No friends

Restricted web access

Mum accelerated learning

Pursuit of Mum-defined passions

Manufactured CV

"Low risks" for high rewards Constructive network building

Balance social media activities

Crowd accelerated learning

Pursuit of self-defined passions

Living, breathing resume

Nothing ventured, nothing gained Connect with Experts Connect With Events That Matter Join The Discussion twitter.com/JayOatway

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youtube.com/JayOatway University Admissions Results showed 9 percent of colleges have official policies for visiting applicants’ social networking profiles, and 18 percent of schools plan to set policies for it.

Of those that have policies now, 55 percent of officials said they can visit the pages with little or some restriction.

The survey, carried out by Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions, questioned 386 admissions officials at the nation’s 500 top colleges as ranked by U.S. News & World Report.

http://j.mp/hOvvlH The social media antics of MBA applicants are fast becoming a new area of scrutiny for admissions officials at many top business schools. In fact, one prominent MBA admissions consulting firm has even begun to offer a "social media audit" to prepare applicants' for Google and Facebook searches by admissions teams

Dan Bauer, managing director of The MBA Exchange, says he came up with the idea for the service last summer, after visiting with several admissions officials at top business schools.

"We realized there is a growing trend among B-schools to go beyond the submitted application by also exploring a candidate's social media profile," says Bauer. "The admissions staff wants to see how future MBAs present themselves on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. "

http://j.mp/hOvvlH "Your website, Facebook is your new resume. It's the living and breathing resume," says Shefler, who heads The Arts Edge, an educational consultancy for students in the visual and performing arts with offices in Boston and New York.

Students, she says, should "post art portfolios online or links to videos or photo galleries from their performances. I like students to consider creating their own websites on which to showcase what they do. Help your case. Show schools who you are."

"Students need to think a little bit more strategically about their online presence and take control of it," says Ganim Barnes, who tracks college admissions' use of social media. "It really makes it easier for the person on the other end to go there, rather than to snoop around and see what they can find out about you."

http://j.mp/dJxnKk You used to have to be at a University to get on Facebook Now you have to be on Facebook to get into University They Are Watching You B-School Too Facebook Is Your
New Resume Big Steps What happens in Vegas... ...stays on Post: Portfolios, clips of performances, sporting achievements, personal projects, charity work.

Think: Play it safe. Remember this is your public record.

Clean it up: Delete coarse language, risky or offensive photos, bad grammar. "If you're tagged, check and see if you're tagged in inappropriate photos and remove the tag."

Review: Adjust privacy settings for each list of Friends.

Avoid: Cute or suggestive e-mail or website addresses. The Basics Learning to Fly Japan #Earthquake
Fund Raising Obama's speechwriter Jon Favreau gets tagged Radical
Transparency This man has 14 Olympic
gold medals Daddy made her quit a group I go to Cheltenham Girls High School in Sydney where I study Society and Culture with my teacher Sally Lucas The Kid from Sydney Where social media and technology plays a large role in the changing media landscapes. I was wondering if you would be able answer some questions for me as part of my research?

What affects how individuals establish confidence in terms of how they curate their news content? How has the change in the media landscape affected this?

With the shift to digital news, is the impact on society positive or negative in terms of the level of consumption? Is the effect significantly different for different age groups?

Are there any specific factors which influence our interaction with the news media?

What role does technology have on media ecology in terms of how the public interacts with the news media? How does social media come into this?

How are news organisations responding to the changing news world? Has these change shown an effect on society as whole?

How has different age groups respond to new digital media? What are the future trends as the rise of digital culture becomes more significant?

Comment on the notion "consumer becomes producer as the public becomes participant role player".

Technology has allowed the news to become more accessible, but does it mean people are utilising it? Are the efforts by media organisations to embrace technology paying off?
What are the implications on society's values and beliefs of new digital media culture?

As the consumer's role increases in various media platforms, will this have a significant effect on the role of journalists in the near future? The Podcast Guys Undergraduates of Singapore Management University. Currently, my team and I are doing a project on the new 2011 release of Digital Media Across Asia - Hong Kong wiki. We have read your blog on how businesses can leverage on social media and are greatly thankful for your insights.

With this, we are deeply interested to hear more from you with regards to the evolvement of Hong Kong's social media landscape and how businesses in Hong Kong can develop better online presence. But teach him that consumption alone isn't good enough. Show him how to tweet about it, to blog about it, to post it to Facebook, to remix it, to video respond to it, to take inspiration from and create from scratch.
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