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Student Social Media Self Evaluation Preparation

Student Social Media Self Evaluation Preparation

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To be done at home. Preparation instructions for an in class activity. In the activity, students look at what they post on social media, and evaluate how they are presenting themselves online versus how they perceive their online behavior as professional or note. The activity is used to spark discussion about professional behavior online and how we see ourselves versus how others may perceive us.
To be done at home. Preparation instructions for an in class activity. In the activity, students look at what they post on social media, and evaluate how they are presenting themselves online versus how they perceive their online behavior as professional or note. The activity is used to spark discussion about professional behavior online and how we see ourselves versus how others may perceive us.

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Published by: Matthew J. Kushin, Ph.D. on Feb 23, 2013
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Participation Challenge #3: Public Twitter Assessment Instructions Next class, we’ll do a fun & insightful in class exercise regarding Twitter

and your Twitter account. To prepare, complete the following. Note: If you are not on Twitter then you have not completed 1 of the first assignments of this class and are falling behind. 1. Bring to next class the statement you wrote today in class answering: “how you want others to see you as a professional person who works in your career field choice”.

Do the following and bring the results (printed) to class next class: 1. TweetStats shows you stats about your use of Twitter, such as how often you post tweets on each day of the week. a. Go to: http://www.tweetstats.com// b. Enter your twitter username (e.g., mjkushin) c. Map your tweets (this takes a while!) d. Bring these results to class. Your Tweet Cloud a. Go to: http://mytweetcloud.com/ a. Enter your twitter username (e.g., mjkushin) b. Bring these results to class. Your Twitter Profile a. Go to: twitter.com and log in. click “view my profile” so you can see your main profile page with your picture, and your Twitter profile text. Here is mine:

2.

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b. c.

Print this so you can see your profile pic, description, and the last handful of tweets that are on the screen. (Perhaps it shows 10-20 Tweets).

Bring all 4 of these things to class next class: • TweetStats print out • Your print out of your Twitter profile • Your Tweet tag cloud • A statement you wrote last class about how you want others to see you professionally in your career field.

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