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Social Media Week 2012

An introduction to social media and Internet safety for 5-8th grade students

Nicole Zumpano

on 28 September 2012

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Transcript of Social Media Week 2012

An Introduction to Social Media
and Internet Safety Social Media Week 2012 http://socialmediaweek.org what is social media? Computers, Web sites and other online means of communication that are used by large groups of people to share information and to develop social and professional contacts: Dictionary.com Types of Social Media blogs networking sites news micro-blogging Q & A bookmarking video sharing photo sharing professional networks Social Media Birthdays 2003 2004 955 Million Active Users! 2006 500 Million Active Users! 340 Million Tweets Daily! 11 million views weekly
11.7 million users Dec. 2011 named "top ten" social networking site 2010 100 Million registered users Facebook purchased in April 2012
for 1 billion in cash and stock 2011 400 million registered users 100 million active monthly Pros
Cons Pros Cons most people know tools makes resources available improves research skills increases communication relevant, real-life learning socialization different learning styles distraction risk of cyberbullying less face-to-face
communication Internet access needed
(or data plan for phones) stressful to keep up with multiple sites malware/phishing scams possible inappropriate content
sharing or exposure Online Actions
have Consequences!! Only post what you are
comfortable with others seeing Once you post it....
...you can't take it back Don't pretend to be someone else
or use other people's accounts Keep your information private!
Last name, address, passwords, phone # Talk appropriately online be polite :) tone it down!
capitals=shouting!!!! don't cc friends on
private conversations Check privacy settings If it's harassment, hate
or inappropriate tell an adult! Protect your Digital Footprint! http://www.flowtown.com/blog/the-small-business-social-media-cheat-sheet?display=wide http://goo.gl/bE61Y Credits: http://www.Dictionary.com http://onbloggingwell.com/23-types-of-social-media-sites/ http://www.zdnet.com/blog/igeneration/the-pros-and-cons-of-social-media-classrooms/15132 http://www.go-gulf.com/blog/social-networking-user Barcelona=SpainBerlin=GermanyBogota=ColumbiaChicago-Illinois (USA)Glasgow=ScotlandHong Kong=People’s Republic of ChinaLondon=EnglandLos Angeles=California (USA)Sao Paulo=BrazilSeoul=South KoreaShanghai=ChinaTorino=ItalyVancouver=Canada http://www.wikipedia.org
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