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Online Reputation Management (for teens)
Transcript of Online Reputation Management (for teens)
Lincoln Intermediate Unit
Migrant Education Program What is
online reputation? It's the way you are seen on the net,
the impression you make to anyone viewing your online presence. What are the
consequences? the good
the ugly Your online reputation
can be used for good! When you share...
awards & recognitions
advice and encouragement
clubs and activities* *when sharing about clubs and activities, do not use specifics that could identify your location (safety issue). Examples of some positive online reputations: OUR STORY: 21st Century Afterschool Program
(at Bermudian Springs Middle School) created an anti-bullying web series. Not only did the web series help other students with strategies for handling bullies, it gave our students a positive online reputation. We were even awarded a METLife Foundation Afterschool Innovator Award and $10,000! A great example of what a positive online reputation can accomplish. Unfortunately, social media can have some negative consequences, too. embarrassing photos embarrassing typos mistaken identities secrets that become not so secret and then there's... A bad online reputation can have ugly consequences. It could...
keep you from getting into college.
keep you from getting hired.
get you fired from a job you already have. Consequences for College The Facts:
More than 25% of college admissions officers use social networking sites (like facebook) and/or search engines (like google) to check out candidates for their programs or for scholarships. 38% of those officers said that what they found “had a negative impact” on their decision. Information on this frame is from the "Online Reputation Guide for College Bound Students" from safetyweb.com. Read the full guide here: http://www.safetyweb.com/reputation-for-college-bound-students Consequences for Future Jobs The Facts: “85% [of] recruiters and HR professionals say that a positive online reputation influences their hiring decisions at least to some extent.” Information on this frame is from "Your Life Could Be An Open Book" by Jack Loechner. Read the full article here: http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/123816/ “70% of recruiters and HR professionals in the U.S. said they have rejected candidates based on information they found online.” These numbers get higher every year, especially with how tight the job market is now. What makes
a bad online reputation? the wrong pics/videos inappropriate
(or not enough)
clothing suggestive or
inappropriate poses illegal or inappropriate behavior embarrassing photos that someone else
puts up Their Stories: In 2009, Tammy Tibbets (age 23) was venting
on her facebook wall about how there
wasn't enough being done to help young women in Africa
get an education. An acquaintance, Christen Brandt, saw her post and shared that she was also passionate about the subject. So, they started talking about what they could do about it... Together with other like-minded friends (all under 25 years old), they created the organization, "She's the First," which uses social media and fund-raising to help educate girls in developing nations. Millions of teens across the country are making a difference through the internet with these (and many other) organizations: The wrong surroundings (pictures that show you in a place where you shouldn't be) information that should stay private (especially for safety reasons) foul/offensive language insulting, mocking, or cruel comments and messages references (joking or not) to illegal behavior the wrong words PUBLIC Anything posted, shared, published, or uploaded is both and PERMANENT! The Golden Rule of the internet: Tip #1: THINK FIRST! To keep a good online reputation: Tip #2: Up your privacy settings Tip #3: Manage your friends &
followers Tip #4: Post positive stuff! Before you
ask yourself "is this something that... I don’t mind my future boss or college administrator seeing?"
could embarrass anyone mentioned or shown in it?"
might make people get the wrong idea about me?" On any form
of social media,
make sure your privacy settings are high. For facebook, this is what yours should be... Only friend people you actually know in person. Check your friends list from time to time to make sure it is up-to-date. If you're under 18, your
friends list should be under 100. Post accomplishments and recognitions that you are proud of. Your turn to teach For our projects today we'll be preparing materials to teach the 7th & 8th graders about online reputation management. Use social media
to be an activist for a cause that you are passionate about. Encourage and support your friends. For the actors... For the artists... Public Service Announcement: Mock Interview: Interviews can be very informative! With one or two partners, stage a mock interview. One of you will be a reporter asking questions, another as an expert on online reputation management (if you have a 3rd group member, he/she will be the camera person). To complete this project, your group must:
write up a script with the information from this prezi.
rehearse, perform, and record a mock interview that is 2-5 minutes long. A public service announcement (commonly referred to as a PSA) is kind of like a commercial. Someone (often a celebrity) speaks directly to the camera, giving information that can benefit the general public. To complete this project, your group must:
write up a script with the information from this prezi.
rehearse, perform, and record a PSA that is 2-5 minutes long. This project can be completed independently or in a group of 2-3 students. If you are in a group of 3, only 1 person can stay behind the camera. Poster Project For the artists, making an informative and creative poster to help teach important facts about online reputation management is another project option. This project can be completed individually or in a group of 2-3. To complete this project, your group must:
include both words and art to convey the content of your topic
make it easy to read Choose one of these two poster topics:
The Golden Rule and tips to keep a good online reputation
The "ugly" consequences of a bad online reputation