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Transcript of Digital Footprints
What Will Be Your Digital Legacy?
Powerful & Effective Learning Tool
Teachers' Decision, Built on Trust
No Personal "Friends" with Staff
Parents Have Input
Prohibitions & Restrictions
Consequences of Misuse
Where Will Yours Lead?
New Social Media Policy
Link to Social Media Resources on Your School's Website
Much More Complicated
Be Safe, Be Honest, Be Smart
"Am I Adding Value?"
Always Consider Permanence
Your School's Twitter Handle
In 2010, CareerBuilder.com reported that 45% of employers checked social media profiles during the hiring process.
29% of younger adults have said they have posted personal information on social media they fear could compromise their job prospects. About 74% have removed something to avoid a "negative reaction" from an employer.
In August 2013, at the University of Houston, three football prospects from the 2014 class were dropped because of inappropriate remarks posted on social media.
Your High School Yearbook Picture Here