Presented by : Vanessa Landesfeind, Ed.D. & Stephen R. D. Glass, Ho.T. Social Media Policies for School Employees. Social Media Use Statistics. Each month more than 3 billion photos and 180 billion posts are uploaded to Facebook. The average Facebook user has 130 friends.
Or….the stories are true but the profiles have been changed to protect our “friends”.
Question: How do you think this incident should be handled?
Employers have legitimate reasons to monitor internet use including:
Work Spouse: Head of Technology
Hometown: The LBC
Activities: Not friending on FB and Fonts
Interests: Charter school development and TV
Work Spouse: Dr. L
Hometown: The OC
Activities: Friending everyone on FB
Interests: Fantasy Football and Closing the
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