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Parent Tech Coffee Morning - Social Networking

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Parent Technology Coffee Morning
Social Networking

Clive Dawes
ICT Curriculum Leader
cdawes@kellettschool.com
My Social Network
http://www.youtube.com/mrdinhk
http://www.delicious.com/mrdinhk
@mrdinhk
clive_dawes@hotmail.com
www.facebook.com/clivedawes
http://www.flickr.com/mrdinhk
http://www.vimeo.com/user565391
hk.linkedin.com/pub/clive-dawes/29/273/5b2
What Is Social Networking?
The development
of the web
Web 1.0
text
basic graphics
consumers
non-participatory
publisher defined
static
Web 2.0
participatory
prosumers
e-commerce
multi-media
social
user defined
constantly updated
mobile
Social media
What's the appeal?
Resources
mobile
mirror of society
difficult to control
communication
user driven
sharing
creative
mediate relationships
Facebook
Uses
news updates
photos
video
games
quizzes
plan
greet
For many young people
Facebook is important
It's what drives & mediates their
social wellbeing
Scientific Poll!
How many in this room
have a Facebook account?
How many in this room
have a child who has a Facebookaccount?
Potential Concerns
personal info mis-use
e.g. to determine location, damage reputation, manipulate
bullying
losing a life-balance
inappropriate content, esp foul language
inappropriate contact
damage to reputation through own or other's behaviour
37% of US 10-12 year olds
have a Facebook account
Kellett 10-12 year olds?
Configuring your profile
Setting Privacy
Your Profile
What it says about you!
Privacy Settings
You can set your own privacy settings, or use the default ones

Users under 18 get more restricted privacy settings
Things to consider
Should your child be on Facebook?
if they are, can you impose conditions?
who are their friends?
what if they are not 13 yet?
talk!
Pros
Digital resource
Comprehensive
ability to publish/remix
showcase
moderate feedback
crowd approval
learning tool
entertainment
cultural mirror
Cons
inappropriate video content
inappropriate comments
copyright infringements
advertising

collaborate
Friends
Recommended Privacy Settings for teenagers; http://www.connectsafely.org/Safety-Advice-Articles/facebook-privacy-chart-for-teens.html
A parents Guide to Facebook; http://www.connectsafely.org/pdfs/fbparents.pdf
Hanging Out, Messing Around and Geeking Out; http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/full_pdfs/Hanging_Out.pdf
The Facebook Debate; http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/social-media/6455335/The-ugly-side-of-the-internet.html
Privacy Defender - a way to automatically configure your settings; http://www.privacydefender.net/
Acknowledgements
Time Magazine
Coffee Photo by tartanpodcast
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