Converting Fact Sheets to Infographics - eXtension Educational Technology Learning Network. A recent OSU Extension infographic based on information from an updated fact sheet.
While putting together a social media strategy for the new Live Smart Ohio blogsite, my colleagues at the Ohio State University and I realized that we couldn’t design a sleek new blog and expect our readers to engage with Family & Consumer Sciences fact sheets. Did we really want to put PDFs on a blogsite? No. Definitely not. Teachers, students and social media: Where is the line? A substitute teacher in New Hampshire chooses not to work at a school after being instructed to unfriend students on Facebook.
A Wisconsin teacher asks his students to follow elected officials on Twitter and report back on what they tweet. These examples highlight the complicated nature of social media interactions between teachers and students: Some instructors want to use Facebook and Twitter as teaching tools, yet there is concern that appropriate boundaries are maintained. Carol Thebarge, a 79-year-old substitute teacher in Claremont, N.H., brought this issue to light recently when she was told by school officials to unfriend her more than 200 current students on Facebook. If she didn't, they said, she would no longer be called on to substitute. She announced Thursday (on Facebook, of course) that she would not comply. "I call my Facebook an extended classroom," Thebarge, who said she's worked as a substitute teacher for 35 years, told USA TODAY Network. Is there middle ground? Why Social Media Matters – US EPA Research accidentally writes #CoopExt Obit - Social Media.
The above tweet that the “Internet today is like Ag Extension Service was,” was surely not meant to defame the good people currently working in cooperative extension, but if you heard the chirp of a canary I’m glad.
Cooperative Extension will celebrate it’s centennial in 2014. This is a fabulous opportunity to share our stories about the numerous problems we’ve solved that have helped California, the nation and the world, while discussing the new challenges that await us in a rapidly changing global society. Currently, many of you are hard at work to bring the best science to bear solving problems related to climate change, malnutrition, invasive pests & diseases, and youth development amongst many others, all vitally necessary to creating a healthy community. At the same time, millions of people are forgoing the hard work of data collection and analysis and simply setting up shop on the Internet hawking the worst possible ‘science’ as the answer to people’s problems. 72% of Online Adults are Social Networking Site Users. By Joanna Brenner and Aaron Smith Social Networking Sites The number of social networking site users continues to grow As of May 2013, almost three quarters (72%) of online U.S. adults use social networking sites, up from 67% in late 2012.
When we first started asking about social networking sites in February 2005, just 8% of online adults said they used social networking sites. In addition to asking about general usage of social networking sites in our current survey, we included a stand-alone question about Twitter and found that 18% of online adults are now Twitter users. This is roughly double the 8% of online adults who used Twitter in November 2010, the first time we asked about Twitter as a stand-alone platform. Using Social Media For Your Job Search: A Definitive Guide. Social Media Handbook 2013. Guidelines for Social Media Managers at Boston College. Think before you post.
How are others likely to react to the post? Remember that "delete" only goes so far on the Internet, so use good judgment before each post.Things can go viral very quickly, so if it's questionable (ask yourself: Would I want to see this shared across the Web attributed to my channel?) , skip it.If it touches on a controversial topic (e.g., politics), it can result in a heated discussion.
Are you prepared for that? Remember that audience members may have varying reactions to a post that appears to be completely positive. Example: An award for a book may seem to be a perfect post, but if the book's premise deals with a hot-button issue, it is possible that audience members who hold a differing point of view will respond, sometimes forcefully, despite the fact that the author of the book is affiliated with the organization of which they are a fan or follower.
Social Media Tools for Consumers and Partners - Guidelines & Best Practices. @import "/socialmedia/~inc~/local.css"; Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to page options Skip directly to site content Get Email Updates.
Social Media Best Practices at a Glance. When I first read this infographic from TopNonProfits, I thought it had some good practical info.
It serves as a reminder to those who are long-in-the-tooth in social media as well as newbies. So I tweeted it out and sent it to my renowned Infographics Pinterest Board. A few people thanked me for posting it and a few others repinned it. Then I thought that some of my readers could benefit from seeing it. Thus, this post. DoD Social Media Hub. Www.records.ncdcr.gov/guides/best_practices_socialmedia_usage_20091217.pdf. The Government Records and Digital Services sections are part of the Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and Records.
Their primary mission is to provide and administer records management services to state government agencies, local government agencies, and state-supported institutions of higher education in North Carolina in accordance with General Statutes 121 and 132 and the mandate provided in these laws for the preservation of the historical record of this state. Visit Us Contact information, mailing address, information about parking and public transit for visitors to the State Records Center. Note: In accordance with NC Administrative Code, entry and access to the SRC building is limited to persons on official business. Staff List Digital Records Laws and Guidelines List of guidelines that provide an introduction to public records laws for public officials, government employees, and records managers.
eXtension Content Management System. Cooperative Extension has a rich history of working within communities to address significant personal, family, business, and community issues.
Indeed, this personal touch defines the modern Extension educator. Today people are using a variety of Internet-based social media to create networked learning spaces. These new online communities share many characteristics of place-bound communities. eXtension recognizes the vibrancy and increasing relevance of these communities and believes that every Extension professional needs to engage enthusiastically and skillfully in the conversations occurring there. Collaborate.extension.org/mediawiki/files/f/f6/NCCE_socialmedia.pdf. Social Media Tools for Consumers and Partners - Guidelines & Best Practices. @import "/socialmedia/~inc~/local.css"; Skip directly to search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to page options Skip directly to site content Get Email Updates To receive email updates about this page, enter your email address: Related Links CDC Social Media Tools, Guidelines & Best Practices Facebook Reccomend Twitter Tweet ShareCompartir The use of social media tools is a powerful channel to reach target audiences with strategic, effective and user-centric health interventions.
Yammer's Social Media Policy. Election Season Calls For Caution, Professionalism Among Military Recently, Cpl. Jesse Thorsen, an Army reservist, took the podium at a rally for presidential candidate Ron Paul in Iowa – disregarding Defense Department Directive 1344.10, which restricts political activity by DoD personnel. (By Marine Corps News) When service members first don their uniforms and pick up their rifles, they do not set aside their citizenship.
They reaffirm it, vow to guard it and assume the responsibility to maintain the professionalism of their station. Exercising civic rights and upholding military obligations can be a balancing act for service members. While they are encouraged to participate in the political institutions they protect, they are also required to separate their political beliefs from the uniforms they wear. “There are some significant things military members can and can’t do differing from their civilian counterparts,” said 1st Lt. Guidance for appropriate political activities for military and DOD personnel can be found in DOD Directive 1344.10.